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28/11/2013
Whether it is law changes that you may not be aware of or changes in your personal circumstances, regular reviews of your will are vital to make sure that your wishes are followed and to prevent your family from extra stress.  Our Wills team outlines the questions you should ask...
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20/11/2013
Maria Hamber Property Trust and Commercial Lawyer newsbite2 The new Loan to Value rules (LVR) are making it harder for first home buyers to enter the market.  A KiwiSaver withdrawal can be a great help to get that elusive 20% deposit.  Property solicitor, Maria Hamber explains who qualifies, what a KiwiSaver withdrawal can and can’t be used for...
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07/11/2013
Maria Hamber Property Trust and Commercial Lawyer newsbite2 Reverse Mortgages are a relatively new way to finance your retirement – but do you fully understand how they work?  Maria Hamber explains what reverse mortgages are, who is eligible to apply for one and how to decide if it is the right option for you in What are the...
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30/10/2013
Jason-Carruthers-Litigation-and-Intellectual-Property-Lawyer-65x65.jpg Are you finding it harder and harder to pay your debts and worried that it might lead to bankruptcy?  There are legal alternatives to bankruptcy that may be right for you, with fewer restrictions than traditional bankruptcy.  Jason Carruthers discusses three of the alternatives, who can use them and how...
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16/10/2013
Ellen Harbidge West Auckland Family Lawyer If you have a loved one who has been declared mentally incapacitated but they don’t have enduring powers of attorney in place, what can you do?  Ellen Harbidge describes how to be appointed as a property manager or welfare guardian under the Protection of Personal & Property Rights Act in...
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