Published 9th April 2019 by Catherine Donaldson, Wilkinson Rodgers Lawyers
Getting help when you have difficulties with your insurer or financial services provider
The Insurance & Financial Services Ombudsman office (IFSO) was established in 1995 to help consumers who were in dispute with their insurers or financial services providers.
The IFSO is a free, independent entity to which you can lodge a complaint regarding the conduct and decisions of insurance and financial services providers, once you have exhausted that provider’s internal complaints procedures.
Published 30th November 2018 by Andree Talbot, Simpson Western
New Zealand’s ageing population has created a boom for retirement villages, with record numbers being developed.
Published 9th May 2017 by Scott Chamberlain, RMY Legal
By now, most first home buyers are aware that they can use a portion of their KiwiSaver balance to contribute towards the equity in their house purchase.
Published 3rd December 2015 by Wilkinson Rodgers Lawyers
Make sure you have a current Will – make an End of Year resolution
Published 23rd January 2015 by Jamie Rae, Edmonds Marshall
Guarantees are a common form of credit enhancement often required by banks and other lenders before they will provide finance, including loan advances.