Tracy Yarrell


Tracy is passionate about all things “property”. As a private client specialist her practice encompasses property transactions for both first home buyers and experienced property owners. These transactions can often involve complex financing, family trust or company structures and family law matters, all of which she expertly integrates into a transaction thereby ensuring her clients have all their legal affairs in order. Tracy also incorporates wills and estate planning as part of her holistic legal practice.

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She is friendly and approachable and prides herself on her clear communication skills, always working hard to explain each transaction to her clients in an easy-to-understand way. Tracy is an effective negotiator and provides pragmatic advice when assisting clients with their decision-making.


Land Covenants in New Zealand: a guide

27 May 2024

The forgotten duties of estate administration

24 May 2024

Unit Titles Act – final changes came into effect on 9 May 2024

24 May 2024

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  • Member of Toastmasters International.


“Tracy you have been an absolute joy to work with throughout! Your professionalism, excellent advice, timeliness, and friendly nature have combined to make the process of purchasing my first house on my own a seamless and very enjoyable experience. I felt I was in very capable hands and your clear communication made it very easy to provide whatever information you required. To go from first viewing to completed sale in such a short time was a testament to how well we worked as a team. I highly recommend you and the service you provide and honestly can’t thank you enough!”

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