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128 days ago

ARL Lawyers Winter Newsletter 2020

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Please click the link below to check out our latest newsletter for advice on the redundancy process, ACC claims and mortgage-free holidays.
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268 days ago

FREE SEMINAR - Retirement Villages - 24 March 2020

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Buying an occupation licence in a retirement village can be confusing and complex. At ARL, we are experienced in dealing with all villages in the Wellington region. If you are thinking about entering a retirement village or you have a family member that is considering this move, we are holding a … View moreBuying an occupation licence in a retirement village can be confusing and complex. At ARL, we are experienced in dealing with all villages in the Wellington region. If you are thinking about entering a retirement village or you have a family member that is considering this move, we are holding a free seminar to explain how retirement village occupation licences work. RSVP essential.

When: Tuesday 24 March 2020 - 1:30pm -3:00pm

(Afternoon tea will be served)

Where: ARL Lawyers House: 19 Cornwall St, Lower Hutt

RSVP: Phone 5666 777
or email office@arl-lawyers.co.nz

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296 days ago

Congratulations to the 2019 ARL Lawyers Scholarship recipients!

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The Partners of ARL Lawyers are delighted to congratulate the winners of their 2019 Scholarship for Academic Excellence. Te-Heke Rurehe (Wainuiomata High School), Pi U Thang Langle (Naenae College) and Sarah Gullery (Hutt Valley High School) were awarded the scholarships at their prize giving … View moreThe Partners of ARL Lawyers are delighted to congratulate the winners of their 2019 Scholarship for Academic Excellence. Te-Heke Rurehe (Wainuiomata High School), Pi U Thang Langle (Naenae College) and Sarah Gullery (Hutt Valley High School) were awarded the scholarships at their prize giving ceremonies in late 2019. Each student performed exceptionally throughout the year and will apply the scholarship funds against their university education. Sarah and Te-Heke will be studying Architecture and Pi will be studying Commerce, all at Victoria University.
The recipients are pictured with Paul Logan and Ben Sheehan – Partners of ARL Lawyers. The scholarship was funded by the ARL Lawyers Charitable Trust which supports health and educational opportunities for children in the Hutt Valley.

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464 days ago

ARL Lawyers Charitable Trust donates defibrillator to the Wainuiomata Volunteer Fire Brigade

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ARL Lawyers Charitable Trust donates defibrillator to the Wainuiomata Volunteer Fire Brigade
(original article published by Megan Connolly on 10 July 2019)

"The new defibrillator was donated by the ARL Lawyers Charitable Trust and will be with the operational support vehicle in case of … View more
ARL Lawyers Charitable Trust donates defibrillator to the Wainuiomata Volunteer Fire Brigade
(original article published by Megan Connolly on 10 July 2019)

"The new defibrillator was donated by the ARL Lawyers Charitable Trust and will be with the operational support vehicle in case of emergency call outs. Vehicles can be called out at any moment to any part of the valley so it's important to know that every area is covered, said Dave Wyles Jones of the Wainuiomata Volunteer Fire Brigade"

The defibrillator is a part of a full emergency first response kit being put together by the Brigade.

Through it's Charitable Trust, ARL Lawyers provide opportunities and tangible items to individuals, groups and organisations in the local Lower Hutt community.

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483 days ago

Free Seminar on Retirement Villages' – 25 September 2019

ARL Lawyers

When - 25 September 2019, 1.30pm - 3pm
Where - ARL Lawyers House, 19 Cornwall Street
RSVP - office@arl-lawyers.co.nz or 5666-777

Buying an occupation licence in a retirement village can
be confusing and complex. At ARL we are experienced
in dealing with all villages in the Wellington region. If … View more
When - 25 September 2019, 1.30pm - 3pm
Where - ARL Lawyers House, 19 Cornwall Street
RSVP - office@arl-lawyers.co.nz or 5666-777

Buying an occupation licence in a retirement village can
be confusing and complex. At ARL we are experienced
in dealing with all villages in the Wellington region. If you
are thinking about entering a retirement village or you
have a family member that is considering this move, we
are holding a free seminar to explain how retirement
village occupation licences work.

Afternoon tea of cakes and sandwiches will be served following the presentation.

RSVP essential - Cheers!

555 days ago

ARL Lawyers welcome Paula Campbell to the Property Team!

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Paula’s passion is guiding first-time buyers through the often-unknown process of buying their first home and being available to answer their questions. She believes there is no such thing as a silly question if you don’t know the answer. Paula also undertakes all other aspects of property … View morePaula’s passion is guiding first-time buyers through the often-unknown process of buying their first home and being available to answer their questions. She believes there is no such thing as a silly question if you don’t know the answer. Paula also undertakes all other aspects of property work.

Paula is married with children and loves spending time with them. She loves to travel, exploring, walking, diving, the outdoors and loves great food, craft beer and spirits.

Contact Paula today!

P 04-5666-777
E paula.campbell@arl-lawyers.co.nz

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626 days ago

Congratulations to the ARL Lawyers scholarship recipients!

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The ARL Lawyers Academic Excellence Scholarship programme has expanded. Traditionally, this scholarship has been awarded to High Valley High School. Last year, ARL Lawyers expanded the programme to include Naenae College and Wainuiomata High School.

The partnership congratulates Joseph Quinlan, … View more
The ARL Lawyers Academic Excellence Scholarship programme has expanded. Traditionally, this scholarship has been awarded to High Valley High School. Last year, ARL Lawyers expanded the programme to include Naenae College and Wainuiomata High School.

The partnership congratulates Joseph Quinlan, from Wainuiomata High School, Safari Hynes from Hutt Valley High School, and Wesley Tanuvasa from Naenae College on being awarded the scholarship for all-round excellence in their studies.

All three students are studying at Victoria University of Wellington in 2019. Joseph is interested in Employment Law, Safari is interested in Law along with Public Policy and Te Reo, and Wesley is interested in Commercial Law.

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724 days ago

ARL Lawyers Charitable Trust supports Epuni School Camp

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The rain may have dampened the ground, but not the children’s smiles as the year five and six students from Epuni School clamped on their harnesses and flew down the zip line.

is activity is one of several that the senior students get to experience at Epuni School’s biennial senior camp at … View more
The rain may have dampened the ground, but not the children’s smiles as the year five and six students from Epuni School clamped on their harnesses and flew down the zip line.

is activity is one of several that the senior students get to experience at Epuni School’s biennial senior camp at Kaitoke.

This year, the camp was made possible by ARL Lawyers Charitable Trust and other grants, donations, and fundraising—to the extent that the camp was fully funded. Janet Evans, Principal of Epuni School, said that without the support the camp may not have happened. “We wouldn’t run it with some children, it would be everyone or no one. We were looking for sponsorship to reduce the costs, so it was doable for families, but having it fully funded made a huge difference to our families. We are a decile three school and many families initially thought, my kid can’t go.”

And to see the children’s faces as they achieved something that they thought they couldn’t do, was amazing.” said Evans.

Akira, one of the students said she was scared of the abseiling and got stuck halfway down but when she got to the bottom, she wanted to do it all again!

School Camp provides students with opportunities to step out of their comfort zone, take risks and have a go at something different. The instructors are great and soon identify which students they can push a little bit more. “One of the challenges was the students were put in groups and had to get across a plank in age order, but they weren’t allowed to get off the plank. They had to rely on each other to achieve some of the activities.” Evans said.

The students are learning without knowing they are learning because they are having fun. “One little boy was told to wipe the table. He’d never wiped a table and didn’t know how to do it! So, they’re learning what we think are basic skills, but some don’t know about that sort of stuff” said Evans

What the students are learning at this camp is resilience and taking responsibility for what they’re doing, which fits in with Epuni School’s values — resilience, relationships, responsibility and respect. They are getting to live these values in a different environment.

“When I was down at archery this morning, when any kid got it into the bullseye, they all cheered and then when they got me to have a go and I hit the bullseye everybody cheered. It was so cool. It’s creating a real sense of belonging as well” said Evans.

If the supporters and funders could see the children’s faces, they would know they have impacted these young lives.

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