We’re pleased to announce that our Nelson and Richmond offices have reopened on 8th of September 2021. We are committed to the health and wellbeing of our clients, team members and our community. We will be observing physical distancing rules and have set up our meeting rooms to meet the government’s guidelines.
We are committed to playing our part in controlling the spread of coronavirus and have taken all necessary measures to ensure our offices are safe, hygienic environments for everyone.
We recommend that clients call ahead to book a face to face meeting or use our website to get in touch.
For clients who prefer not to attend our offices, we will continue to offer professional service through the means of technology, online meetings, email communication and over the phone.
When attending our offices, we kindly ask that you follow the instructions of our team and signage.
We will continue to monitor and review the situation, and act on all government advice issued in response to this evolving situation.
Thank you to all our loyal clients for your continuing support and take care.
Pitt & Moore Lawyers are excited to introduce Tascha Coleske, Legal Executive at our Nelson office.
Tascha is a qualified solicitor in South Africa with over 12 years’ experience in various fields of law and has been specialising in Estate Administration and Wills for the past 9 years. She is currently in the process of qualifying as a solicitor in New Zealand.
Tashca’s practical and friendly approach is complimented by her legal experience across all aspects of estate administration as well as the drafting of Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney. Tascha is focused on providing excellent client service which will further enhance the Senior Law and Succession Team.
Welcome to Pitt & Moore Tascha!
Pitt & Moore now has 9 Partners, 2 Associates, 8 Senior Solicitors, 3 Solicitors and 8 paralegal staff.
At Pitt & Moore we are proud that many of our lawyers and legal staff are fluent in their own native languages as well as many others – 12 to be exact including Dutch, German, Russian, Hindi, Gujarati, Urdu, Arabic, Mandarin, Cantonese, Japanese, French and Italian. We also have a staff member who is a sign language speaker.
Sometimes it can be very difficult to discuss personal matters with a lawyer, however, the reason for this shouldn’t be because of a language barrier.
The ability to communicate in a native language means better support around the legal process as people seek legal advice or access to justice, or have discussions concerning immigration and visa processes.
The ability to speak your language is one of the ways we at Pitt & Moore make you feel more at ease, understood and help gain your trust.
To speak to one of our multilingual lawyers or legal staff contact us today on 03 548 8349 or firstname.lastname@example.org.