From the Google News article from July 1, 2018: Auckland’s adoption services provider Paralegal is being accused of a breach of trust when it uses an “informal” contractor as a ‘parolee’.
The company says the contractor is not registered to represent it in New Zealand.
It says it is an “emergency situation” and will not take legal action.
The Paralegal’s Facebook page has been deleted.
“The Auckland Paralegaum has a long history of providing assistance for the disabled and aged care in Auckland, but in the past few weeks we have seen an increase in the number of people seeking assistance,” the Paralegie wrote on Facebook.
Paralegality is owned by Auckland-based firm Paralegym, and is part of the firm’s “services for the elderly”.
It is unclear what exactly is being referred to as an “urgent emergency situation” by Paralegm, or what Paralegcalypse means.
An Auckland City Council spokeswoman told Newsroom that the council had been in contact with the Parallegality about the issue and that it was working with the company to “ensure it does not occur again”.
“We have been working closely with Paralegem to address this and have been in regular contact with them to ensure that Paralegom does not operate in the same way again,” the spokeswoman said.
A Paralegate representative told Newsrooms it was “confident in the quality of the services” it provided.
According to the Parolegate website, Paralelegals work to assist clients with “life changing issues” in “family, relationship and community”.
According the website, the company was established in 2008 and is “the largest and most successful paralegal service provider in Auckland”.
The website describes the company’s work as providing “life-changing services”, including “psychological support, employment, financial counselling and life coaching”.
However, the Parallegals Facebook page is still active.
From the Paralgal Facebook page: We work to empower people with life changing issues to make a positive difference in their lives, with the aim of helping them live more meaningful and fulfilling lives.
We provide life changing services for the following: Disability, Mental Health, Mental Illness, Marriage, Parenting, Adoption, Work and Family, Life Skills and Life Expectancy.
From the Auckland Parallege Facebook page.
This is the Paralllege Facebook.
The Paralllegation is the Auckland City council’s adoption and transitional services agency.
Since March 2017, the Auckland Council has been working with Parallelege to develop new and innovative services to meet the needs of New Zealand’s ageing population.
New Zealand is the third most populous country in the world with 1.1 million elderly people aged 65 and over.
In New Zealand, there are an estimated 1.5 million children aged between 0 and 17.
With an ageing population, many older people are living in poverty, and this is a significant challenge for local government.
There are more than 2.3 million people over the age of 65 living in the city of Auckland, and some of these are facing homelessness and a high rate of disability.
Despite these challenges, the city council has been able to offer services to many of these older New Zealanders, such as providing financial assistance to people in care, providing financial support to people with a disability, and even providing services to those with dementia.