Enduring Powers Of Attorney & Elder Law

We understand there is a growing demand, with New Zealand’s aging population, to ensure that you have adequate succession and retirement planning in place.

This is not only with regard to the disposal of your estate in the fullness of time, but also to minimise your risk by having adequate enduring powers of attorney in relation to property and your personal care and welfare.

It is important to ensure that your family can step in when required to assist in the management of your affairs as needed.


  • Wills

  • Enduring powers of attorney – property

  • Enduring powers of attorney – personal care and welfare

  • Estate and succession planning

  • Rest home subsidy planning