Cherie Pope

Senior Registered Legal Executive

Cherie has extensive experience in estate administration, trust matters, financing, company and business transactions, subdivisions and residential, commercial and rural property transactions for clients all over New Zealand

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She has a particular passion for assisting first home buyers and assisting private clients with their conveyancing needs, elder law, power of attorneys, wills and trusts.

Cherie’s experience has allowed her to meet and assist clients from all walks of life. Therefore, her clients are extremely important to her.  She is compassionate and empathic and will go the extra mile to provide a stress free, enjoyable experience for all of her clients.

Cherie regularly travels to Kaikoura to meet with clients to provide a service for new and existing clients in the Kaikoura and wider North Canterbury areas.  Her presence in Kaikoura enables new and existing clients access to a variety of quality legal assistance.

Recent highlights

  • Over 32 years’ experience in the legal industry.

  • Supporting first home buyers from pre-contract to settlement and everything in between.

  • A diversified knowledge of the law which is essential for commercial and private client care, mitigating risk and providing a comprehensive service.

Insights

Duncan Cotterill helps secure the sale of Taska Prosthetics to the Eqwal Group

5 June 2024

Land Covenants in New Zealand: a guide

27 May 2024

The forgotten duties of estate administration

24 May 2024

We're driven by our values

They drive our client relationships and connections with our community, and underpin our achievements.

Enterprising

  • Cherie is a Fellow of the New Zealand Institute of Legal Executive.

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