Your trusted advisors

We have the experience, the ability and the skills to tackle high level business transactions and complex relationship, trust and estate issues.

It all starts with people

Meet our people
Partner
Marcus has practised law in Wellington, London and Tauranga for over thirty years. He specialises in advising business owners and...
Partner
Graeme has accumulated a wealth of experience over many years involvement in assisting clients with their legal and business needs. Graeme’...
Partner
Fiona is one of the leading family law specialists in New Zealand. A previous deputy chairperson of the Family Law Section of the New...
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Tom joined Mackenzie Elvin in 2015 and became a partner of the firm in 2018. Tom specialises in general commercial work, commercial...

It’s what we do

All expertise

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

Need help with compliance and governance? Governance, regulatory and compliance can be a complex business challenge.

Why us

Choosing a lawyer can be difficult. Here are three reasons to choose us:

All benefits

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.

We think long term

We are experienced in knowing what will withstand the test of time.

Latest updates

Tom Elvin joins Mackenzie Elvin Partnership

We are very pleased to announce that Tom has been made a partner of Mackenzie Elvin from 1 May.

Property

Taxes on the sale of your property? Extension of the Bright-line test to 5 years

It has long been the case that you must pay income tax if you originally purchased a property with the intention of on-sale.  The problem

Commercial

How the Anti-Money Laundering and Countering Financing of Terrorism Act could affect you

From July, you may now be asked for information by your lawyer that previously you’ve only had to provide to banks and financial service