Helping your children into their First Home

Blenheim lawyer Audrey Seaton says a formal property agreement can ensure money stays in the family should their son or daughter's relationship hit the rocks a few months or years down the line.

Enduring power of attorney recommended for all adults

Everyone aged 18 years or older should establish an enduring power of attorney for both their property and their welfare, according to a New Zealand Law Society guide.

Criminal Sanctions for Those Involved in Cartels

The law relating to cartels is changing and the changes will impose criminal sanctions on people or corporates involved in cartels. This article explains the reasons for the new legislation and how those changes will affect commercial behaviour.

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