Here's some of the feedback our clients have given us recently.
Kia ora Wendy. Thanks for making what was pretty much a terrible time and process for me as stress-free as you could. Really appreciated the professionalism and great communication.
(Email after the sale of a business):
Thank you very much for guiding us through the process. I had no idea of some of the complexities and considerations involved. We are especially grateful to you for executing your responsibilities as a trustee so professionally and for protecting the interests of [family member] and considering so thoroughly her welfare. There was a lot for us to get our head around and a lot of thinking needed to find an ownership and cash flow arrangement that would be beneficial to all parties. Thank you for putting in late hours to ensure we were able to complete the purchase by the agreed date.
(Letter after Tribunal proceedings):
I am relieved that this matter has now been concluded satisfactorily and would like to thank you for the excellent work you did on our behalf.
"I would just like to thank you on behalf of my family for all the work you have put in on our behalf. What a long, slow process it has been. I have been looking back over the emails and realised again how much work was involved. It is a great relief to have it all finally completed.
I really appreciate your perseverance with the trustee, your patience with the family when things seemed to stop moving and your timely advice at all times. I am very thankful for all that and that we can now put it behind us and move on."
The Leith family.
" When my mother passed away I needed to contact Hayman Lawyers to sort out her Estate and other related issues. From the first phone call I made to the last one, I felt very comfortable with whole process. It was obviously an emotional time and at all times I was treated with respect and compassion and in a most professional manner. Most of my contact was with Wendy Lindsay and she was so caring and understanding at all times. It certainly helped with the grieving process".