Graeme graduated with a law degree from Auckland University in 1974. He was a partner in a city firm before establishing a suburban law firm of which he was a senior partner for 10 years.
Graeme has a wealth of knowledge and experience and has undertaken his own development projects so he understands the intricacies of complex projects and subdivisions.
Graeme has been married for more than 40 years and has 3 children and 4 grandchildren.
Cheryl’s broad skillset sees her operating in a wide range of areas with particular skills in trust law, property and relationship property matters. Talk to Cheryl in confidence about how we can help you.
Cheryl has experience in all areas of estate planning from straightforward wills and enduring powers of attorney, through to family trusts and relationship property agreements, as well as commercial and residential conveyancing, finance arrangements, non-standard property ownership and family lending arrangements.
After an intensive course of study at Waikato University Cheryl attained her law degree in just over two years, a significant achievement in anyone’s book. Not one to rest on her laurels, she also has a degree in biomedical science and is able to read, write and converse in both french and mandarin chinese.
As diverse outside the office as she is in it, Cheryl is on the board of Papakura Theatre Company, plays French Horn in various groups and plays Trombone in the Off Broadway Big Band. She is a passionate sports fan with particular interests in rugby, league, and cricket (the purists five-day version of course!).
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Alia is a legal executive who works in a broad range of matters with a particular slant towards residential conveyancing, including restructures, refinancing and trust matters.
Alia ensures the clients’ interests are at the forefront and prides herself on attention to detail. She is a reliable and flexible member of the team. Alia has a beautiful young daughter Catherine and enjoys spending holidays with her family exploring and visiting new places.
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Rebecca enjoys a particular focus on residential conveyancing and re-financing of both homes, investment and trade properties. In the past she has also been heavily involved with retirement village work (acting for villages and also residents) and large scale developments acting for purchasers and developers.
She lives and breathes property, being an investor herself, managing her own hold properties and venturing into trading as well. She is on the board of the Auckland Property Investor Association (APIA) where she greatly enjoys mingling and swapping knowledge with likeminded investors.
Outside of property, Rebecca enjoys music, cooking, socialising with friends and family, keeping fit and is a passionate All Black supporter!
Angus graduated from the University of Waikato in 2019 and was admitted as a Barrister and
Solicitor of the High Court that same year.
He began his career clerking at a Waikato Family Law firm during his studies before shifting to South
Auckland with a focus in Property Law, Wills, Trusts and Estate Administration, moving to Skeates
Law in 2020. He believes in providing clear advice towards reaching practical solutions for his clients.
Born in Palmerston North but moving to rural Waikato in later years, Angus is a fan of all things
rugby and is a proud Manawatu Turbos supporter. He also enjoys socialising with friends and family
and travelling (when allowed).
- Sale and purchase of residential and commercial properties including ‘off the plans’ contracts
- Property developments
- Asset Structuring including Trusts, Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney
- Buying and selling of businesses
- Property Relationship matters