John Stirling is a lawyer specialising in property law and estate planning, as well as business and commercial law.
John Stirling made a welcome return to Turner Hopkins in 2003, having previously worked for the practice after graduating from Otago University and being admitted to the Bar in 1988. John became a partner in Turner Hopkins in 2005.
Fours years after originally joining Turner Hopkins, he went on to provide specialist legal expertise in property and estate planning with two central Auckland law firms before returning as an Associate.
John continues to offer specialist services in property and estate planning to our clients, as well as business and commercial law."
As a lawyer at Turner Hopkins I enjoy working alongside our clients, assisting them to understand and bring to completion what, at times, can be complex commercial and legal transactions. The client satisfaction is then often reinforced by them referring my services to potential new clients.
“John is very easy to talk to, he never makes you feel dumb, and never makes you feel like you are wasting his time for asking questions. He explains everything very clearly, every time. John's support staff are also very efficient and so easy to deal with. No detail is missed when dealing with them. My husband and I are fans of them all :)”~ Jess
“Joy, we cannot thank you enough for your help with our purchase! You have been wonderful to deal with and so proactive (and patient with my numerous emails). We will be visiting NZ in April so will make sure we drop in to thank you in person.”~ Mia
“I can't speak highly enough of Jenny. She got everything done in a timely manner and when my ex-husband threw a spanner in the works at the eleventh hour she got the required documentation to his lawyers and settlement back on track.”~ Tracey
“To Michael Robinson – I wanted to thank you and your colleagues for many years of excellent service to the Bank. You have an outstanding business that has proved to be one of the most reliable and ethical businesses that Collections have dealt with in the almost 9 years I was with the Bank.”~ Head of Collections