WRMK Lawyers welcomes new Warkworth Director, opens Warkworth office
WRMK Lawyers is delighted to welcome Patrick Steuart as its new Director and leader of its newly opened Warkworth office.
Patrick joined the firm on 1 March, and the Warkworth office opened in the new Oaks development this week. Patrick’s team includes Warkworth locals Julia Ingham (nee Lockwood), Senior Lawyer, and Vicki Saunders, Legal Executive.
Patrick has many years of general legal experience, advising clients on buying and selling homes and businesses, subdivisions, commercial leases, structuring commercial entities and forming and running family trusts.
WRMK Lawyers’ Warkworth office opening spreads the firm’s reach right across the North, with four offices in total, including Kerikeri, Whangarei and Dargaville.
WRMK Lawyers Managing Director Wayne McKean said, “We are delighted to welcome Patrick onto our Board of Directors. He brings with him significant legal expertise and experience, and enthusiasm and drive to help Warkworth’s people and businesses.”
Patrick says “We’re thrilled to be in our new office and to support the people and businesses of Warkworth, Matakana and surrounding areas. You can find us in the new Oaks development, at the end of the lane. There is client parking so don’t be shy, come in and say hello.”
Our Warkworth team
- Patrick Steuart Director Warkworth Patrick leads our Warkworth team, and is known as a trusted advisor to his clients. Contact
- Julia Ingham (Lockwood) Senior Lawyer Warkworth Julia helps clients from Warkworth to Mangawhai on a wide range of matters including property, trusts and commercial law. Contact
- Vicki Saunders Legal Executive Warkworth Vicki assists our Warkworth team in a variety of legal executive roles. Contact
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