There are a number of times in your life that you and your family will need legal advice. We have experts in Family Law, Property Law, Litigation and Dispute Resolution who will provide you with the support you need.Read more
Henderson Reeves Connell Rishworth is one of Northland's leading law firms. Our team of Whangarei lawyers offers a wide range of legal expertise and unsurpassed service.
Henderson Reeves will close for Christmas at 3.00 pm on Thursday 22nd December 2016 and re-open on Monday 9th January 2017.
Out of hours assistance is available on the following numbers:
Smartmove 021 2722 652
Thomas Biss 021 860 099
Jeremy Browne 021 743 437
Henderson Reeves has been at the forefront of providing legal services in Northland for over 30 years. As one of the leading firms of Whangarei lawyers, we’ve developed a strong reputation for providing expert legal advice and trusted, high quality service to individuals, families, and businesses throughout the Northland region.
Our legal team is very experienced in all aspects of the law, with some nationally recognised areas of specialisation.
Five reasons to choose Henderson Reeves
- You'll get clear, easy-to-understand advice, in plain english.
- You'll enjoy good value for your investment.
- Our lawyers have the skill and experience to sort things out for you.
- We seek to listen, understand and respect your position.
- Our legal team is friendly, approachable and available.
An established and proud Northland firm
Henderson Reeves is one of Whangarei’s leading law firms. With our expert legal advice and dependable quality service, we’ve been providing peace of mind to individuals, families and businesses in Northland and beyond for over 30 years.Find out more
Our Whangarei lawyers pride themselves on being friendly and approachable. They will use their expert knowledge to provide you with sound, easy to understand advice and focus on getting the best possible result for you.Meet the team
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