New Zealand is a nation under the rule of law, and every single person in this country are given the same rights, irrespective of who you are. If you have a dispute with another party, we will protect your legal rights under New Zealand law.
We know you want the fastest and most cost-effective solution to your problem, accordingly, we will use an appropriate dispute resolution method to achieve the best outcome. We have one of the best multi-ethnic litigation teams in New Zealand, so you can be confident that language or culture will not be a barrier to advancing your legal interests.
- Debt collection
- Shareholder disputes
- Contractual disputes
- Relationship property
- Employment disputes
Guide to Debt Recovery
Cashflow is crucial regardless of the type or size of business you operate. The success of your business depends on prompt payment from your customers, but it can be frustrating if they fail to pay you. This introductory guide will help you understand your options to recover debt from your customers.
Guide to Family Property Disputes
Under New Zealand law, when a relationship dissolves, each person is generally entitled to half of the relationship property even if title to the property is registered under one person’s name. This introductory guide will help you understand how to protect your right to equal division of relationship property.
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If you have a dispute with another party which you can’t resolve privately, then your only option is to bring the matter before the Court for an independent Judge to decide the matter. However, litigation can be expensive, and even a simple case could take a couple of years to resolve. So is litigation still a practical method of resolving a dispute?
If you have a dispute you want to resolve in New Zealand, you need to obtain a formal order from the New Zealand Court system. Which Court you apply to will generally depend on the amount of money you wish to claim from another party.
Imagine if you want a friend to look after your young children if anything were to happen to you. In order to do so, you transfer the legal title of your assets to your friend. Therefore, your friend is now the legal owner of all of the assets. But what is stopping him from breaking his promise and doing what he wants with the assets that are now legally under his name?