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Tascha Coleske

Position: Legal Executive
Email: tascha.coleske@pittandmoore.co.nz
DDI: 03 244 4104

Qualifications
  • Bachelor of Laws, Nelson Mandela University (Port Elizabeth, South Africa) (2006)
  • Diploma in Advanced Estate and Trust Administration, University of the Free State, (South Africa) (2016)
Admitted to Practice
South Africa – 2008
Affiliations
  • Member of Auckland District Law Society

Tascha prides herself on being really approachable and client focussed. She enjoys building and maintaining strong relationships with her clients. She ensures that her clients are able to follow and understand the legal process.

Originally from South Africa, Tascha joined Pitt & Moore’s Senior Law and Estate Administration team in August 2021, working primarily from our Nelson office.

Tascha began her legal career in South Africa over 10 years ago, gaining a broad range of legal experience in administration of estates, commercial contracts, preparation of wills and trust matters. She holds a diploma in Advanced Estate and Trust Administration from the University of the Free State, South Africa.

Since moving to New Zealand in 2017 Tascha has gained valuable experience as an Estate Administrator at a prominent Manawatu law firm, assisting clients in finalising estates and carefully guiding executors in the process.

Tascha has completed all requirements for qualification as a solicitor in New Zealand and is currently in the process of gaining admission.

Tasha’s core areas of practice include Estate Administration, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney.

Senior Law and Estate Administration

Tasha loves helping her clients prepare for, and feel more relaxed about the future by ensuring that their Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney reflect their wishes and requirements.

Tasha is also experienced with advising clients on retirement village occupation right agreements, and ensures her clients are well supported during this stage of their lives.

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