Stephanie Havea


(09) 620 6240

Stephanie completed a Bachelor of Business Studies and worked for many years in customer service, before achieving her Legal Executive qualification and moving into practice as a conveyancing specialist.

Stephanie grew up in Kaitaia and completed her Bachelor of Business Studies in 1999, majoring in Tourism and Marketing at the Auckland University of Technology.

Stephanie has spent many years in customer service and retail within the tourism sector. In 2017 Stephanie joined our team as Office Administrator and is now our Registered Legal Executive.

Stephanie’s interests outside of work revolve around spending time with family and friends and her passion for travel.

What Clients Say

Steph’s background in marketing and customer relations smoothed the way for her career in law. Her client’s appreciate her pragmatic and no-nonsense approach. She finds solutions where none seemed possible, always with a smile.

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Services Provided

Property Law

We can help you through the lifecycle of property ownership. From buying and selling property to completing loan arrangements, forming trusts, advising you on the implications of property ownership in relationships, completing powers of attorney, and dealing with your property in the event of death.


Family trusts are an excellent way to protect your assets for the long term so that you and your family can have peace of mind over your financial security now and in the future.

Estate Planning

Planning for the future may include preparing a Will, Powers of Attorney, and restructuring your asset ownership. When a loved one dies, you may need to apply to administer their estate, or may need representation in relation to the same.


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