Property Development and Subdivision, Business Law, Commercial Property & Residential Property
James is a commercial lawyer who specialises in property & business. He represents some of the most influential & high profile property developers and business owners in Canterbury and is sought after for his honest, practical and efficient approach.
Business Law, Litigation and Dispute Resolution, Commercial Property & Insurance
Stuart is an insurance law and commercial contracts & dispute specialist.
He’s known for his expertise in contract negotiation and his focus on reaching commercial resolutions for clients in situations where contract disputes arise.
Business Law, Commercial Property, Residential Property, Personal Law, Employment, Litigation and Dispute Resolution & Agribusiness
Andrew is a skilled general practitioner.
Working from his base at our Ashburton office he employs a sound and practical approach to assist his clients in achieving their goals and solving their problems.
Business Law, Commercial Property, Property Development and Subdivision, Personal Law, Agribusiness & Residential Property
John has been providing advice to clients of White Fox & Jones since 1987.
He is a highly experienced and trusted advisor in relation to residential and farm conveyancing, family trusts, wills and estates.
Our offices are currently closed due to the nationwide lock down.
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