Airing time: Thursdays 10am and replayed 6:30pm
With a sense of humour and no-nonsense approach, Angela Solomons manages to de-mystify the legal issues around buying into a retirement village, noisy neighbours, immigration, divorce, buying a house, surviving a zombie apocolypse, and just about any other situation you can think of.
As Education Co-ordinator with Taranaki Community Law, Angela is passionate about justice, and about real people.
She’s also very entertaining!
New show every second week.
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This show is about voting in local elections. It's a key part of our democracy and the people we elect have a significant impact on our lives.
Duration: 00:27:35 | Date: 15 September, 2022
My show today was about the new Incorporated Societies Act and what this means for groups (both incorporated and otherwise) in NZ. I’m joined by Marcia Millard from the Wheelhouse who can help groups to prepare for these changes and provide training for them.
Duration: 00:28:57 | Date: 1 September, 2022
Talking about the new Incorporated Societies Act 2022, and what this means for Incorporated societies – essentially that all incorporated societies will have to reregister by April 2026 and this will mostly mean substantial changes to their constitutions.
Duration: 00:30:00 | Date: 28 July, 2022
People with disabilities are at significantly greater risk of family violence and mainstream services don't always recognize this, or provide the right support.
Duration: 00:29:45 | Date: 23 June, 2022
Angela discusses the recent employment court decision declaring that three former members of Gloriavale were employees from the age of 6 years.
Duration: 00:29:22 | Date: 26 May, 2022
Talking about the difference between employees and independent contractors. This is all about the facts of your situation, and there are three tests: Control, integration and fundamentals.
Duration: 00:29:55 | Date: 12 May, 2022