Pegasus Bay Law’s Kaiapoi office is expanding this month, as two staff members return from maternity leave, joining the new legal executive who started at the firm earlier in the year.
Directors Pam Wheeler and Robyn Loversidge are thrilled to have the full team back together, and look forward to watching the branch grow and develop.
Local to North Canterbury, solicitor Anneliese Muldoon is now back to help clients with buying and selling property, wills and powers of attorney. Receptionist Kiah Foote also returns early November from maternity leave and they will work with experienced legal executive, Holly Stewart.
To round out the team, Estates Manager Angela McMillan, and both Pam and Robyn, divide their time between the Christchurch and Kaiapoi sites.
“We are very pleased to welcome back Anneliese and Kiah from maternity leave,” Robyn says. “It is great to have the core team back together in Kaiapoi and they all live locally, so know the area well.”
Pegasus Bay Law Kaiapoi has the capacity to take on new work and clients, and also offer a free, no-obligation consultation with a legal professional. If you cannot travel, they provide a mobile service and are happy to meet you at your home or workplace.
Staff are available in both offices for personal and small business client services, including residential sales and purchases, family law, wills and enduring powers of attorney, trusts, and estates.
Call the Christchurch office today on 03 386 2211, the Kaiapoi branch on 03 928 1215 and visit www.pegasusbaylaw.co.nz.
For the past five years, Pegasus Bay Law has proudly provided clients in Christchurch and Kaiapoi with trusted, professional legal services.
Celebrating its anniversary in January, the team took the time to reflect on the significant growth of the business, while also looking forward to what’s planned for the future. With two offices – one at 327 Westminster Street, Christchurch and one at 97 Williams Street, Kaiapoi – Directors Pam Wheeler and Robyn Loversidge lead a team of solicitors and legal assistants who can attend to your legal requirements.
Staff are available in both offices for personal and small business client services, including residential sales and purchases, family law, wills and enduring powers of attorney, trusts and estates. On May 1, 2015, Pegasus Bay Law merged with long-established Christchurch law firm Thompson & Morgan and in July the same year, they acquired the business of Kaiapoi lawyer, Ian McNish.
Now well established in both locations, in the past year they’ve been joined by solicitors Jess Voysey, in the Christchurch office and Anneliese Muldoon, in the Kaiapoi office. Pegasus Bay Law offers a free, no obligation consultation to enable you to meet with a legal professional and chat about how they can assist you. If you cannot travel, they offer a mobile service and are happy to come to meet you at your home or workplace.
Phone the Christchurch office today on 03 386 2211, the Kaiapoi branch on 03 928 1215 and, for more information, visit www.pegasusbaylaw.co.nz.
The team’s focus at Pegasus Bay Law is having the passion to listen to its clients, and ensuring they are genuinely looked after.
The firm was established four years ago by two directors, community-minded born and bred Cantabrians Pam Wheeler and Robyn Loversidge. The Christchurch and Kaiapoi offices merged with Thompson and Morgan in 2015 and acquired the clients of Ian McNish Lawyer, together with his long-time receptionist, Barbara Burney.
Pam leads the conveyancing team. Having previously owned and managed her own business, she offers sound professional and practical advice. Christine Jackson was recently welcomed as an Associate. She is a licenced Conveyancer who qualified in Australia and has many clients in North Canterbury. Vivienne Holmes, a registered Legal Executive, works closely with Pam and her clients. Dee Woods, who is training as a legal assistant, completes the conveyancing team.
Robyn specialises in family law, including estate matters. She has worked for a time in London and is an officer in the Royal New Zealand Naval Volunteer Reserve in her spare time. Assisting her is Estates Administrator Tina-marie Case and Gretta Leigh, Robyn’s PA.
Pam and Robyn say thinking and planning ahead is imperative. For example, wills should be looked at every five years or if circumstances change and powers of attorney need to be considered while a person still has the capacity to make their own decisions.
Visit Pegasus Bay Law Ltd, 327 Westminster Street, Mairehau,
03-386 2211; 97 Williams Street, Kaiapoi 03-928 1215; or pegasasbaylaw.co.nz.