COVID-19 virus: As a result of the Covid-19 situation, Mackenzie Elvin Law has invoked its business continuity plan.
UPDATE: From Wednesday 8 September 2021 the Mackenzie Elvin offices will be open, in accordance with the Government’s Level 2 Protocols. Mackenzie Elvin staff, Lawyers and Administration will be operating from home and the office, and we expect there will be little to no disruption to anyone who wishes to contact us.
We will keep you updated with any change to this position and advise you accordingly. Mackenzie Elvin Law is committed to containing the spread of this virus, which will in turn hopefully ensure the health and wellbeing of our staff, our families, and our clients.
We will get through this together.
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Resolving disputes through mediation and litigation
Helping clients manage their affairs after death to ensure successive generations benefit
Supporting Bay of Plenty businesses with sound legal advice and personalised service
Providing legal advice to the agribusiness sector and rural community with specialist experience backed by a passion for the land
Helping clients with property matters whether buying, selling, subdividing, building or leasing
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We ask the right questions
We ask the right questions so we can understand your situation and test possible solutions.
We suggest what’s best
We use our collective expertise to come up with the best course of action.
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We are experienced in knowing what will withstand the test of time.
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