It might be a new year but you can still expect to get the same quality service from the team at Conveyancing Shop Lawyers for all your legal needs.
The award-winning Conveyancing Shop specialises in property transactions and focuses on helping everyone from first home buyers to seasoned property developers. Situated in the heart of Pukekohe, the old ASB bank building on the corner of King and Seddon Streets the Conveyancing Shop Lawyers team feels honoured to be there helping the community move forward into growth and prosperity.
“It’s such a great spot – we bought it in 2015 and just knew that it was a historic building, symbolic of the growth of Pukekohe,” says Thada Chapman, Director of the family-run law firm she established in 2005.
Their service support property and farm sales, purchases, refinances and subdivisions, as well as business and commercial transactions, retirement planning, trusts, wills, relationship property agreements and franchise agreements.
The community is rapidly growing, with housing developments springing up and opportunities for local and arriving families and businesses.
Thada and the Conveyancing Shop Lawyers team understand what the community needs. The team works to take the headache out of legal processes for clients, especially with pricing.
“Our fixed price offer for standard residential transactions gives clients the confidence to ring and ask questions or pop into the office to discuss their transaction. If they would rather us come to them, with our mobile service we can do that too!” says Thada.
“2018 was a great year for us, our business and client base continued to grow and we were delighted to be recognised at the Westpac Auckland Business Awards as winners in the Excellence in Strategy and Planning and Community Service Categories. We have some exciting projects planned for 2019 and are looking forward to contributing more to the Franklin community”.
So if the new year brings new opportunities or challenges for you that need the expertise of a lawyer, don’t hesitate to call.