A Firm You Can Trust
With almost 30 years experience in the property, family and commercial law sectors, we are one of the most seasoned legal firms in Christchurch. Founded in 1985 by Juenith McIntosh and the late Andrew McIntosh, we have gone on to establish a significant presence within the Christchurch legal sector. Over the past three decades, we have specialized in the areas of residential property transactions as well as providing a range of other legal services. We are committed to ensuring customer satisfaction and best representing your legal needs.
At Andrew & Juenith McIntosh: Barristers & Solicitors, we pride ourselves on being an affordable and accessible law firm. From our long history of operations, we have built up a substantial client base and have seen all manner of legal cases. Our small size means that we can offer you tailored and personable legal service, without sacrificing the quality of the legal expertise offered.
Our vision has always been to engage with our clients to gain the best possible outcome, and we have strived to fulfil this vision over the past three decades. Andrew & Juenith McIntosh: Barristers & Solicitors is lead by Juenith McIntosh, the head practitioner of the firm. If you are interested in our legal services and would like to book an appointment with Juenith, please email or phone us today.
We have dealt extensively in residential property transactions and understand all zoning and EQC requirements, as well as dealing with all major realtors in the Canterbury region. Whether you are buying or selling a house, we can assist you with all necessary legal proceedings.
Whether you are setting up a business or planning on buying or selling one, we can assist you every step of the way.
The importance of a will should not be understated. We can assist with creating or updating your will, as well as any other requirements for your estate.
Holding property in a family trust can be useful especially for estate planning. We deal with many different family trusts and can assist in updating or forming a trust.
Granting someone close to you legal power of attorney will provide assurance to you and your family that the right decisions will be made, if you are legally incapable of making them.
Also referred to as "Prenuptial Agreements", a contracting out agreement is advisable before entering into a long term relationship, in order for provisions to be made if the relationship ends.