Legal Commentary Columnist
Read Terry's Latest ArticlesChild Abuse and the Law What is a Life Worth? Law Making with the Fairy Godmother The Joys of the Homemade Will A Contract, Is a Contract, Is a Contract Can You Trust a Trust? Those Twelve Good and True Persons Becoming Self-Employed
Seven Tips for a Good Will Retirement Villages - Who Benefits? The Legal Rights of Grandparents Property Relationship Agreements De Facto Relationship or are we just Good Friends?
The Law and Christmas Ask The Ombudsman Over the Fence The Final Appointment Squeezing Lemons: Your Consumer Rights Interfamily Property Ownership Where There’s a Will – There’s a Challenge!
The Power That Endures
Introducing Terry Carson
Terry practiced law for over thirty-nine years. In 2003 he wanted a life style change so he sold his legal practice to have more time to follow his passion for writing and then worked in the law part-time until 2009, when he gave up legal practice completely. These days he is a full time writer and small publisher, although he still has a keen interest in all things legal. In 2008 Terry wrote Understanding the Family Court - what lawyers would tell you if they had the time and you had the money
and then The Very Handy Wills Guide
in 2010. He has also previously published a family history book and has contributed articles and columns to a number of magazines and newspapers. Terry recently published an Ebook about making career changes. Outside of the law and writing he is a keen hiker and is proud of having conquered the Inca Trail in Peru. His other interests include Adult Literacy tutoring and local and family history research. Terry welcomes feedback and comments and can be contacted through his website www.alibipress.co.nz.