Fresh feedback needed on freshwater plan

It’s not too late to have your say on the Government’s Essential Freshwater Package – the deadline for submissions has been extended to 31 October.… Read More

WRMK Lawyers in the running for three NZ Law Awards

The firm is in the running for Mid-size Law Firm of the Year, Regional/Suburban Law Firm of the Year and Employer of Choice (less than 50 employees).… Read More

Town meets country

WRMK Lawyers was delighted to support Ag Proud NZ in bringing town and country together at Laurie Hall Park in Whangarei, on Friday 13 October.… Read More

Working mums (and dads) – what are my rights?

Returning to work after a period of parental leave can be daunting. Under the Parental Leave and Employment Protection Act new mums and dads are entitled to a range of leave entitlements.… Read More

Why you need a will – done the right way

Around 1500 people in New Zealand die every year without a will. This guide sets out the what, why and how of making a will.… Read More

Who’s got the power? Why you should set up Enduring Powers of Attorney

Enduring Powers of Attorney let you decide who can make decisions about you and your property if you can’t make those decisions due to illness or injury.… Read More

Methamphetamine testing – hoax or threat?

Was the New Zealand public tricked over the threats on methamphetamine contamination or is the threat still real?… Read More

Proud to sponsor ANZ’s Quiz Night to support the Northland Cancer Society

WRMK were proud gold sponsors of ANZ’s Annual Quiz Night to raise funds for the Northland Cancer Society on Friday 23 August.… Read More

First home buyers: structuring parental support

There are a variety of ways parents and children can acquire property together, and there are risks and benefits to each structure.… Read More

To lease or to buy? What’s best for your business?

There are pros and cons to leasing and buying, so the answer will depend on your business and the stage it’s at.… Read More

WRMK welcomes Pera Paniora to the firm

We’re delighted to welcome lawyer Ihapera (Pera) Paniora to our Dargaville team.… Read More

De facto relationships – what does “living together as a couple” actually mean?

If you live with someone as a couple for three years, if the relationship ends, then any property involved is divided equally – but what exactly is “living together as a couple”? And if your relationship ends, what happens to your stuff?… Read More

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