Examples of past legal advice:

Scruffy lawyers.

Legal lonely hearts.

Aggression in Court.

How to legally kill your cat.



John Fytit is the name of the central cartoon charter in Law & Disorder cartoons which started in Hong Kong in 1992. He is from the fictitious Hong Kong firm Fytit & Loos (pronounced “Fight it and Lose”). A very unsuccessful name as people read “Fytit” as “Fit it”.

The International Problem Page started in 2005 and was merged into Paul Brennan’s blog. But, not before John Fytit started to receive real legal questions from various parts of the world.

In 2013,
he was appointed Agony Ombudsman in recognition of his 21 years experience in legal misfortunes. 
He is often consulted by fellow Ombudsman around the world.


  1. Relying on legal advice from a fictitious cartoon character although cheap is imprudent. However your own lawyer is always available as a poor second.
  2. John will try to deal with your questions.  However, as John is a two dimensional cartoon character it will not be possible for him to enter into personal correspondence with readers.
  3. John like some other lawyers is not to be trusted with serious legal questions.

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