Leap of faith pays off for lawyer

The Southland Times - - PROPERTY MARKET -

‘‘My, how you’ve grown’’ is some­thing and ex­pla­na­tions for ev­ery step of the many of us stop hear­ing past the age of way. Emma Stan­ley Law has a down-to18. Emma Stan­ley Law be­gan in 2014 as a earth, ef­fi­cient, yet re­lat­able at­mos­phere leap of faith for Lawyer Emma Stan­ley, in the of­fice, where they keep le­gal jarand in the be­gin­ning, it was a one-wo­man gon to a min­i­mum. They charge one set band. fee for their work, mak­ing it even eas­ier

Fast for­ward to 2017, and many and sim­pler for first-time clients and re­turn­ing clients can’t help but com­ment those who are con­fused or anx­ious about on how big the firm has grown. the process of buy­ing or sell­ing their

Now a strong team of five, Emma home. Stan­ley Law has so­lid­i­fied their place as a The team works ex­tremely hard to lead­ing prop­erty law firm in South­land. make sure the process of en­gag­ing a law

They are also quickly gain­ing a re­puyer is as stress-free and en­joy­able as tation for be­ing the Ki­wisaver and Hous­pos­si­ble for their clients. They are al­ways ing New Zealand spe­cial­ists, as many striv­ing to be bet­ter at what they do, clients are buy­ing a house for the first both in terms of the ser­vice to clients and time. the way in which it is de­liv­ered.

Emma Stan­ley’s app, EasyLaw, is prov­ing use­ful for any­one new to the home buy­ing process.

Com­pletely free to down­load the app con­tains handy check­lists, def­i­ni­tions,

Although a South­land Busi­ness, their reach goes far beyond the city bound­aries. Emma is avail­able by ap­point­ment to see clients in Gore or Alexan­dra, so you will get the same awe­some ser­vice no mat­ter where you are based!

From left to right: The team at Emma Stan­ley Law – Courtney Demp­ster, Re­becca Wil­son, Emma Stan­ley (mid­dle), McKen­zie Dow­son, and Ella Don­ald.

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