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Trusts


Trusts are an effective and popular way to protect assets. Click here to find out more.

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Commercial Law


We can assist in a wide range of commercial and corporate matters. Click here to find out more.

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Entertainment Law


Papprills specialise in the many areas of entertainment law. Take a look at our entertainment law section of this website to find out more.
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Welcome to Papprills



The seeds of this law firm were sown in 1894 and since then Papprills has developed as a long standing and eminent provider of legal services nationwide. With a tradition of trust, the firm has taken great care to develop long term and stable relationships with its clients.

 

Our main legal practice areas are Commercial Law, Company Law, Property Transactions, Litigation, Estate Planning and Wills, Employment, Family Law and Trust Creation and Administration. If you have any questions about our legal services please contact us, or you can make an appointment to see one of our solicitors by completing the appointments form on this web site.

Papprills can also offer mortgage finance through its nominee company, Papprill Hadfield and Aldous Solicitors Nominee Co Limited. Please see the Nominee Mortgages page for more information.

We have offices in Christchurch and Rangiora. Our Christchurch office is open 8:30am to 5:00pm Monday to Friday, and we accept Friday afternoon appointments for our Rangiora office.

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