LEGAL SERVICES

Norwest City Law provides a wide range of legal services including:
Property Residential, Commercial and Rural, Sales, Purchases, Mortgages, Finance, Building disputes.
Commercial Company Formations, Sales and Purchases of Businesses, Leases, Company law, Bankruptcy, Statutory demands, Letters of demand, Contract drafting, Consumer guarantees.
Family Law Pre-nuptial, Matrimonial & De Facto Property Agreements, Matrimonial Property Advice, Marriage Dissolutions, Relationship property disputes/settlement, Domestic violence, Care of Children, Parenting Orders.
Estate Planning Asset Protection, Family Trust set up, Gifting, Wills, Enduring Powers of attorney, Estate Administration
Traffic and Transport Limited License application, older drivers license
Immigration All areas of immigration – see Immigration page

 

Client Service Information

As our commitment to complying with the Rules of Conduct and Client Care for Lawyers of the New Zealand Law Society (“Law Society”) we set out below some key elements for provision of our legal services.

Our Client Care and Service

Whatever legal services we are providing, we must:

  • Act competently, in a timely way, and in accordance with instructions received and arrangements made.
  • Protect and promote your interests and act for you free from compromising influences or loyalties.
  • Discuss with you your objectives and how they should best be achieved.
  • Provide you with information about the work to be done, who will do it and the way the services will be provided.
  • Charge you a fee that is fair and reasonable and let you know how and when you will be billed.
  • Give you clear information and advice.
  • Protect your privacy and ensure appropriate confidentiality.
  • Treat you fairly, respectfully and without discrimination.
  • Keep you informed about the work being done and advise you when it is completed.
  • Let you know how to make a complaint and deal with any complaint promptly and fairly.

The obligations lawyers owe to clients are described in the Rules of Conduct and Client Care for Lawyers.

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