Can we help you?
Consider our comprehensive list below and click on a category heading for more details.
You can contact us first
As our practice has existed in Christchurch for over 16 years our familiarity with local practitioners means we can refer you elsewhere for specialist advice if we are unable to help on this occasion.
Pat Rotherham also operates a branch office in stunning Kaikoura. Telephone toll free on 0800 KKLegal (0800 555 3425) to speak to Pat or to arrange an appointment. Alternatively you can make an appointment here.
Find out how easy it is to talk to us
- You will find us approachable, interested and energetic.
- You will be able to speak with Pat, if not when you call, then on that same day.
General legal advice on all aspects of business structure, restructuring, operation, succession planning, acquisition and sale as well as employment related issues.
All aspects of commercial property from acquisition and development through to sale.
Advice on all legal issues relating to marriage and de facto relationships.
Specialised advice relating to all aspects of land acquisition, ownership structures, development and subdivision.
Specialised advice covering all aspects of asset protection, including Trusts, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney.
Advice and assistance on all stages of administering estates, from an assessment of a will's provisions, to probate and final asset distribution to beneficiaries.
All aspects of the sale and purchase of residential property including refinancing, Tenancy Tribunal and neighbour related issues.
Advice on the care and protection of the elderly, and the preservation of their wealth through appropriate planning.
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Rotherhams Law is a boutique legal practice operating in beautiful Christchurch, the Garden City of New Zealand. We also have a branch office in Kaikoura - where mountains meet the ocean - the midway stopover of the Alpine Pacific Triangle of the South Island.