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Our difference is
in relationships
Our difference is in relationships
Excellence
sets the bar
Excellence sets the bar
Ready to listen,
set to respond
Ready to listen, set to respond
Proudly serving the
Waikato since 1875
Proudly serving the Waikato since 1875

Specialist Lawyers

Respect is something that can only be earned, and in our 143 year history, we hope we’ve well and truly achieved that.

We’re renowned for excellence, our attention to detail, and our priority on hiring the very best people. But our focus on client relationships is what really sets us apart – real people, real care, real results.

More about us

Specialist Lawyers

Respect is something that can only be earned, and in our 143 year history, we hope we’ve well and truly achieved that.

We’re renowned for excellence, our attention to detail, and our priority on hiring the very best people. But our focus on client relationships is what really sets us apart – real people, real care, real results.

More about us

How can we help you today?

One of the things we pride ourselves on is the depth and distinction of our team, covering all aspects of law.

How can we help you today?

One of the things we pride ourselves on is the depth and distinction of our team, covering all aspects of law.

Our difference is in relationship

While it’s the business that sustains us, it’s the people that drive us. We do what we do to help people – our clients are key. And our open, accurate and one-step-ahead approach means achieving the best for them, every time.

Meet our team

Our difference is in relationship

While it’s the business that sustains us, it’s the people that drive us. We do what we do to help people – our clients are key. And our open, accurate and one-step-ahead approach means achieving the best for them, every time.

Meet our team

Our latest thinking

Our latest thinking

Directors duties and the Supreme Court

The Supreme Court has recently reviewed the law relating to director’s duties making it clear that trading while insolvent will amount to a breach of a director’s duties even if a director believes that continued trading may benefit the company’s creditors as a whole: Madsen-Ries and Levin as Liquidators of Debut Homes Limited (in liquidation) v Cooper [2020] NZSC 100.

Did they have all of their wits when they made their will?

A deceased person’s will can be challenged for a number of different reasons. In this article, we look briefly at challenges to a will based on the grounds that the will maker did not have testamentary capacity at the time they made their will.

Totes OK? Implications of the Cannabis Legislation and Control Bill

In this article we set out the fundamental aspects of the draft Cannabis Legislation and Control Bill (the Bill) to ensure that you are fully informed to make a decision on the ‘Cannabis’ referendum on 17 October 2020.

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