Trusts and Estates

The concept of “having your affairs in order” may sound old fashioned, but we strongly recommend it as an essential modern estate planning tool.


Protect your assets from business risk and relationship property claims, put in place long-term arrangements to meet family and financial needs if you become ill or die, and keep up to date with law changes which may reduce your protection. We can advise you whether or not estate administration requires probate of the will, and explain the process to you and the role of an executor or administrator.


Quick Trust and Estate Facts



McLeods Lawyers — 21 Hobson Avenue, Kerikeri, Bay of Islands, New Zealand — Phone +64 9 407 0170 — Email

The information on this site is not comprehensive legal advice. Please contact us for advice and information suited to your needs.