If this sounds like you, then you should read on. It is a fact that New Zealand is facing a rapidly aging population. For example, last year the number of 75+ year olds in the country increased by 3.9% or in other words 11,620 people and the number is expected […] Read More›

Commercial transactions these days inevitably require execution of some form of documentation. As the bulk of business is undertaken between companies the correct execution of documents by a company is a relevant issue. Most people would assume that a director signing on behalf of a company binds that company to […] Read More›

In recent times there have been a number of cases reported in the media in relation to various prominent families where there have been disputes regarding the provisions of a Will which have had unequal or even excluded beneficiaries. Many people therefore ask their lawyers as to how secure is […] Read More›

New Zealand has passed a law called the Anti-Money Laundering and Countering Financing of Terrorism Act 2009 (“the AML/CFT law” for short). The purpose of the law reflects New Zealand’s commitment to the international initiative to counter the impact that criminal activity has on people and economies within the global […] Read More›

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