These websites can help you understand your legal issues.
NZ Law Society - Guides to the Law
Go to http://www.lawsociety.org.nz/news-and-communications/guides-to-the-law. Titles to the guides include: Making a Will and Estate Administration Powers of Attorney The Family Trust Living together Dividing Up Relationship Property Family Violence What happens to your children when you part? What happens when your relationship breaks up? Buying and Selling Property Going into Business and You and the Police
Courts of NZ
The Ministry of Justice websitehas lots of great information about our courts and court processes.
For information about Family Law go to:http://www.justice.govt.nz/family/.
For Criminal Law queries go to: https://www.justice.govt.nz/courts/criminal/
Buying and Selling Property
The Real Estate Agents Authority website: http://www.reaa.govt.nz/ForBuyersAndSellers/Pages/ForBuyersandSellers.aspx .
Mortgage Brokers can help you obtain finance at no cost to you. For example consider Mortgage Express at http://www.mortgage-express.co.nz/mortgages (we share our Hamilton office with two of their brokers, although we are a completely separate business).
Community Law Manual
This is an online manual which is written in plain English for you to tells you about the law. It's useful for any individual, especially if you don't know where to start. We have a hard copy of the Community Law Manual too. See: http://communitylaw.org.nz/legal-information/
Topics in the manual include: Accident Compensation Employment Neighbourhood Life Family Criminal