Karen Marshall joined the law firm of Cone Marshall Limited with an experienced and seasoned team of Barristers and Solicitors in 2005. The firm is located in Auckland Central, Auckland 1010, New Zealand.
Karen http://www.iclg.co.uk/firms/cone-marshall/karen-marshall became the Director of the prestigious law firm in 2006.
Trustees of Charitable Trusts used Karens’ abilities to aid them in their role of legalities concerning certain types of distributions to the syndicates of Lloyds.
Karen Marshall advises Trustees on what their legal obligations and liabilities are to the companies or individuals. This includes how much of a legal right the trustee has to make compromises, with security for the third party, and borrowing for investments.
Karen keeps an active voice for the companies that have the role of “Trustee.” She sets the precedents and drafts Trust Deeds for her clients. She is also a Trustee of a company and has the experience and imagination to take care of the companies needs.
Karen will oversee the projects www.gettingthedealthrough.com/organisation/7453/cone-marshall-ltd advice on planning and managing your wealth, establishing trusts in New Zealand, and working with companies and partnerships.
The division of Cone Marshall Limited is for your administration needs, the information on the New Zealand tax structure, and other services. You can rely on New Zealand’s client-attorney confidentiality privileges.
Karen Marshall attended the University of Otago, New Zealand and was awarded her LLB, and she is a Notary Public. She practiced Commercial Litigation for ten years while she was a resident of London, England.
She has developed skills in Estate Administration, International Tax Procedures, Wealth Management, High Net Worth Individuals, Inheritance Tax Planning, Wills, Dispute Resolution, Cross Border Transactions, Corporate Law, and a vast amount of other skills.
Karen is a member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners called Step that has more than five thousand members and the Professional Trust and Fiduciary Services called TRUST with more than seven thousand members. These organizations provide the latest information for her business.
Karen Marshall decided to learn more than becoming a Commercial Litigator. Her determination, drive, and her hunger to continually learn are what made her a success and an esteemed colleague in her chosen field of law.