Selling a childcare business can be a daunting endeavour as it can give rise to a variety of unique legal process and challenges. This is why it is imperative for vendors to have an understanding of the legal process, which can be broken down into six distinct stages.
In the course of running a small business, it is not unusual for your account customers to fall behind in the payment of their account. As with most businesses, the first thing you do is contact the debtor to remind them that they are late paying their account. Sometimes your customer has genuinely forgotten and the ‘reminder’ is appreciated.
Our partners at Porta Lawyers, specialise in Family and Business Law in Queensland. Their range of services include all the legal requirements of childcare owners and investors and they have been working in this sector for over 17 years. We have asked them to share some of their experiences and knowledge with us in our monthly blogs and newsletters. This month the blog will focus on Subpoenas and how they should be dealt with.
There are three main types of Orders which centre Directors will need to deal with from time to time. They are Subpoenas, Location Orders and Interim and Final Parenting Orders. These situations arise from parties to proceedings in the Federal Circuit Court or Family Court of Australia who have children or grandchildren attending childcare centres.