Martyn Wilson, B. Com, LLM
Marty’s areas of specialisation are commercial law, property transactions and all aspects of estate planning.
Marty has a Bachelor of Commerce and Management from Lincoln University, and a Masters of Law (LLM) (Honours) from Canterbury University.
Born and raised in Blenheim, Marty left Marlborough aged 18 to join the police and returned in 2003 as a practicing lawyer.
He spent the first twelve years of his career with New Zealand Police, was a detective in the CIB and the Armed Offenders Squad.
Marty held a role with the Commerce Commission in Wellington analysing business acquisitions and trade practices for compliance with the Commerce Act, before joining Christchurch law firm Anthony Harper to practice corporate and commercial law.
After three years with Blenheim law firm Radich Dwyer focusing on commercial law, property law, trusts, wills and estates, Marty moved to Wain and Naysmith and later became a director.
Outside work Marty is the chairman of Mick Jellyman Charitable Trust, a trustee of Blenheim South Community Trust. He served on the Mistletoe Bay Trust board for six years. Previously Marty has chaired the Junior Cricket Board, served on the committee of Marlborough Cricket and the board of trustees for Fairhall School.
Marty has five children spanning pre-school to high school ages who enjoy all that Marlborough has on offer by way of sport and recreation.
In the roughly three minutes he has left after work, trustee commitments and five children, Marty unwinds by keeping fit and gardening.
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