Lundons Law, Blenheim Lawyers
At Lundons Law we provide practical legal advice and representation for a range of legal services.
As Blenheim lawyers, we offer solutions to your legal problems. Our clients like us because we are approachable, straightforward and get things done. Our team will help you make informed decisions and ensure you understand the legal and procedural issues.
We are committed to Marlborough’s success, and will work hard for you.
Lundons Law services include most of the legal matters that affect families and businesses in the Marlborough and Kaikōura region, including:
- Enduring Powers of Attorney
- House and land purchases (conveyancing)
- Divorce / separation and relationship property
- Business law
- Contract and land disputes
- Resource management
- Consumer law
Based in Blenheim, our lawyers deal with all aspects of viticulture including supply contracts; land development and subdivision; and resource management requirements for viticulture land use, water permits and discharge consents.
A range of services offered by Lundons Law
Comprehensive services in residential and commercial property conveyancing. Buying property is an exciting time in your life and a big investment.
Separation & Divorce
Assist ance at the beginning of a relationship by protecting your property, or when dividing property following a separation or divorce.
Trusts & Wills
Considerable experience in Trusts, Wills and estates. The estate planning and administration services we offer are designed to give you peace of mind and protect your assets.
I’ve had many dealings with this law firm. Responsive and great advice.
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