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The Perils of Parting With Relationship Property

The Perils of Parting With Relationship Property

Becoming an Accredited Employer - A smart move for those looking to employ and retain migrants

Becoming an Accredited Employer - A smart move for those looking to employ and retain migrants

 The Supreme Court’s Approach To Economic Disparity Claims

The Supreme Court’s Approach To Economic Disparity Claims

Relationship Property: Not Always 50/50

Relationship Property: Not Always 50/50

The Danger of De Facto Relationships

The Danger of De Facto Relationships

When Contracting Out Agreements Don’t Provide Protection

When Contracting Out Agreements Don’t Provide Protection

Auckland Unitary Plan and Subdivisions – Early Advice the Best

Auckland Unitary Plan and Subdivisions – Early Advice the Best

Why You Need a Shareholders’ Agreement

Why You Need a Shareholders’ Agreement

Immigration under NZs new Government: What can we expect?

Immigration under NZs new Government: What can we expect?

Skilled Migrant Category Changes Come into Effect (2017)

Skilled Migrant Category Changes Come into Effect (2017)

Rote Island

Rote Island

Parental Support For First Home Buyers in Auckland

Parental Support For First Home Buyers in Auckland

Time Landowners Given A Fair Deal Over Public Works Land Takes

Time Landowners Given A Fair Deal Over Public Works Land Takes

Suing Or Being Sued? Turner Hopkins Is Here To Help!

Suing Or Being Sued? Turner Hopkins Is Here To Help!

The Good And The Bad Of Talking To Your Technology

The Good And The Bad Of Talking To Your Technology

 Important Developments: Relationship Property and Family Trusts

Important Developments: Relationship Property and Family Trusts

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Retirement - Can You Protect Your Assets Against Means Testing?

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Risks of Purchasing Apartments Off Plans

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Your Lawyer’s Role in a Property Transaction

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