Legal&You Newsletter October 2021

Legal&You Newsletter October 2021
With Legal&Tax you're not alone
It's a self-care kind of summer and as your companion, we're constantly looking for ways to add value to your life and be a companion to you and your family. This month we want to help you focus on health & wellness
Darren Cohen
Darren Cohen - General Manager
28 October 2021 | 5 minute read
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In this edition of Legal&You we offer you guidance on how to care for yourself mentally and physically.

Throughout this year we have faced many challenges and dealt with a lot of uncertainty. As the vaccinated population increases and we are able to start returning to normality many of us need to confront the trauma we may still be dealing with after losing our health, loved ones and jobs or facing limitations on our lifestyle due to lockdown regulations.

We have prepared articles to help you identify signs of emotional, social and psychological illness; understanding and managing arthritis; protecting your health through a whole food diet; and why you should plan ahead and prepare a last will and testament.

We are also excited to announce the prizes winners in our recent “Win a Holiday” competition, including runner’s up who are taking home a brand new iPhone and shopping vouchers to the value of R3 000.

Regards,
Darren Cohen
General Manager

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Early signs of mental illness

Know the signs and symptoms of mental illness. We help you spot the red flags that could signal a possible mental health condition.

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Arthritis types and symptoms explained

Different types of arthritis exist and in this article we detail the various causes and show you how to deal with the painful symptoms of arthritis and what treatment eases swollen joints and inflammation.

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Whole foods – a better way to eat

A whole-foods diet is a way of eating that promotes a sustainable eating lifestyle and cuts out unhealthy items like added sugars and refined grains. We weigh the benefits of consuming whole foods over processed foods.

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Wills and estates webinar

Death is inevitable, therefore it's wise to plan ahead by having a will in place to ensure that your last wishes are carried out and your estate is distributed accordingly. Plan your estate now to eliminate any problems upon your death. Head of Legal, Michael Visser answers your frequently asked questions about Wills and Estates and explains the administration of a deceased estate.

Watch video | 45 min video

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Congratulations to the lucky winners of our holiday, iPhone and shopping voucher competition!

  • Meltonio Matthews
  • Busisiwe Mahlangu
  • Chantelle London
  • Tshepo Lorraine
  • Ntando Zwezwe
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    Refer five friends or family members and you could win a share of R10 000

    Do you know someone like Andre who could use professional legal advice? We want to help them.

    Ts&Cs apply.

    Refer & Win

    Contact us for more information.

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