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Commercial Contract Basics: What’s in a Contract? - Gillespie Young Watson

Virtually every commercial transaction entered into has, at its base, a commercial contract. Commercial contracts can be written, verbal or implied from conduct in a formal or an informal manner. Contracts are essential when it comes to running a business or commercial practice, because it lays out the basic terms and conditions of your transaction

How To Find The Right Lawyer For Your Business | Gillespie Young Watson

Looking For A Lawyer But Not Sure Where To Start? Read On To Determine How You Can Best Choose The Right Lawyer To Satisfy You And Your Business' Commercial Law Needs, As Well As The Key Qualities A Lawyer Or Firm Should Possess. Learn More Here!

Is a Trust Right for You? - Trust Law | Gillespie Young Watson

Do you need a trust? Discover some of the reasons why a trust might be suitable for your situation from the Wellington trust law specialists here at Gillespie Young Watson.

Enduring Power of Attorney: A Guide to Choosing the Ideal Attorney | Gillespie Young Watson

A comprehensive list of what to look for in a candidate when creating an Enduring Power of Attorney. Learn more from the ElderLaw experts at Gillespie Young Watson.

6 Mistakes You Don’t Want to Make When Selling Your Business - Gillespie Young Watson

Selling your business? We outline the six most crucial mistakes sellers want to avoid, to ensure a smoother transaction. Learn more from legal experts here at GYW Law.

Don’t Have a Will? You May Be Putting Your Family at Risk | GYW Law

Estate planning and asset protection are essential – no matter your age. If you don’t have a will, you’re putting your family at risk. Learn more here.

Five Crucial Things to Include in Your Will | GYW Law

Planning to draw up a will? Here’s a list of five crucial things you should include in your will to ensure your loved ones and assets are legally protected. Learn more here.

Residential Care Subsidy: Are You Eligible? | GYW Law

Thinking of applying for a Residential Care Subsidy? Find out if you’re eligible with Gillespie Young Watson’s eligibility criteria guideline. Learn more here.

The Top Duties of an Executor | GYW Law

Administering an estate can be complex – so it is important you understand the crucial role of a executor. Learn more on GYW Law’s blog here.

5 Factors for Choosing a Retirement Village | Gillespie Young Watson

Need legal advice for entering into a retirement village? Today, we’re looking at five things that a lawyer can help you check when choosing your retirement village.

  • Gillespie Young Watson provides a bespoke legal service tailored to the requirements of private clients in four specialist practice areas: property law, commercial law, trust law, and Elder Law. By limiting their services to these specialist areas, the professionals at Gillespie Young Watson bring together the best of big firm skill sets with the personal care, attention and relationships of small firms.

    Gillespie Young Watson lawyers provide clear, practical and timely advice, placing a premium on accessibility and convenience to their clients. All their lawyers are available at any of the three locations in the Wellington CBD, Lower Hutt or Upper Hutt.

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    Gillespie Young Watson provides quality legal service through their specialist property, commercial and trust and estate divisions to assist private clients with the legalities of these transactions.

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