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Ewan Eggleston Barrister | Family Lawyer Tauranga
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Estate and Trust matters

Ewan has acted for a number of clients in the context of claims against deceased estates. His experience has included acting for trustees and beneficiaries under Family Protection Act, Testamentary Promises Act, Trustee Act as well as the surviving party under the Property (Relationships) Act 1976.

https://tgafamilylaw.co.nz/tauranga-lawyer/areas-of-practice-ewan-eggleston.htm#estate

Visit the website or phone 07 9284360.

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Legal Aid

Ewan is available to take instructions on the basis of legal aid. Legal aid is government funding to pay for legal help for people who cannot afford a lawyer.
https://www.justice.govt.nz/courts/going-to-court/legal-aid/

https://tgafamilylaw.co.nz/tauranga-lawyer/areas-of-practice-ewan-eggleston.htm#aid

Visit the website or phone 07 9284360.

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Rise and Shine! 🌞 Here are some great tips for parents now that it's Back to School season.
Will you be trying any of these efficient habits to help get the family ready in the morning?
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The law society and the New Zealand Bar Association are calling on the Government to increase the number of judges available to carry out district court business to address critical resourcing levels.
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Quote of the Day - A man who asks is a fool for five minutes. A man who never asks is a fool for life.

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New Zealand's Family First are calling for the 2007 anti-smacking law to be reviewed, as they say it is too confusing to parents, police and lawyers.
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