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Tough times ahead: how to protect your assets

Tough times ahead: how to protect your assets

November 21st, 2023 - Peter Nevile

Bah humbug! Isn’t Christmas meant to be a time of peace, goodwill, and joy to all people?

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DIY wills and their hidden risks

September 20th, 2023 - Peter Nevile

With the overall cost of living on the rise, it is understandable that many people will opt for the cheaper option of a DIY will kit, which can be purchased at your local post office.

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Working from your apartment in the CBD … feeling lonely and cooped up?

August 23rd, 2023 - Peter Nevile

Finding that working from home is not all it’s cracked up to be? Feeling a little stir-crazy and finding a need for more social interaction?

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Where Have All the Flowers Gone?

July 26th, 2023 - Peter Nevile

This song from the hippie ‘60s by Pete Seger reminds me of the present: where have all the workers gone? 

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Forgot your password?

June 21st, 2023 - Peter Nevile

Most of us have so many passwords it becomes incredibly difficult to remember all of them and every time we change our mobile phone, we often have to reinstall a program or notify organisations or do some other administrative task. It becomes all too confusing.  

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Say “cheese” but not Roquefort … another pro bono matter

May 24th, 2023 - Peter Nevile

Many lawyers put in a considerable amount of time on pro bono work – that is, working without fee.

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Reverse mortgages … a saviour or a curse?

April 26th, 2023 - Peter Nevile

Like many things it depends on your circumstances! However, they should be looked at with a great deal of caution and professional advice should be sought at the outset.

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Eeny meeny miny moe  … or how to select and deal with a lawyer

March 22nd, 2023 - Peter Nevile

When I was young, this was an expression used to determine the outcome of many things. These days, it would be impossible to use given the overly sensitive nature of things and the “woke” and “cancel” cultures. Those of a certain age, will understand exactly what I mean.

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Risk averse – want to escape to a desert island?

February 22nd, 2023 - Peter Nevile

Like most things in life, sounds like a plan, however upon reflection, even a desert island has risks.  Apart from exposure, hypothermia, malnutrition, insects, birds, sharks, not to mention mental issues like depression, it should be a breeze!

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Cyber fraud

November 23rd, 2022 - Peter Nevile

Nowadays, many legal practitioners and law practices have experienced cyber fraud, and the amount of money stolen is constantly increased. This article will briefly explain what cyber fraud is, and what should legal practitioners or law practices do when dealing with cyber fraud.

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Cyber fraud

Cyber fraud

November 23rd, 2022 - Peter Nevile
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