Senior Lawyer - LLB, B.Com
Andrew grew up on a sheep farm in Mid Canterbury and attended Christ’s College for his secondary schooling. As a south islander, it was a natural step for Andrew to attend the University of Otago, where he obtained a Bachelor of Laws and a Bachelor of Commerce majoring in Finance. After working at KPMG in Wellington as a Tax Consultant, he decided to permanently relocate to Whangarei.
Andrew's specialty areas are:
- Trusts and asset protection
- Succession planning
- Property Law
Andrew enjoys creating different legal structures and tailoring them to suit your needs. There is no one structure that fits all and Andrew thrives on adding value where possible.
Outside of law, Andrew is a keen sportsman, with particular interests in American football, tennis, rugby and golf. He enjoys playing guitar, loves the Tutukaka coastline and everything Whangarei has to offer.
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Andrew Neill's Blog Posts
Is your Family Trust still serving its purpose?
November 22, 2018
With the Trusts Bill currently in its Second Reading in Parliament and likely to incorporate a raft of signalled changes, it is probably a good time to take stock and consider why you settled your family trust in the first place.
First Home Buyers: Structuring Parental Support
June 07, 2017
The most appropriate form of parental assistance will depend on the particular set of circumstances.
Are you really prepared to give that guarantee?
August 20, 2015
It pays to understand the worst case scenario...
6 Common mistakes which Purchasers can easily avoid
March 20, 2015
We can ensure your experience in buying a property is an exciting and positive one.
Joint Tenancy vs Tenancy in Common
December 23, 2014
There are two ownership structures available to people who want to own a property in their personal names:
Why should your company have a constitution?
September 25, 2014
There is an inherent interrelationship between a company’s constitution and the Companies Act itself.