Frequently Asked Questions
Workplace, Civil Litigation & Military Lawyers | Wellington & Whangarei Offices

Are you a member of the Armed Forces Legal Aid Scheme?2022-02-18T14:08:56+13:00

Yes, we are. If you are a service person being spoken to by the Military Police, or you are facing Summary Trial or Court Martial, you may be entitled to support through the Armed Forces Legal Aid Scheme. Contact us for more information.

How are you different from other lawyers?2022-02-18T13:58:55+13:00

The lawyers at Frontline Law know that to provide you with quality service, we need to understand your objectives and concerns as well as providing you with expert legal services.

We take a pragmatic approach to issues and think creatively to achieve the best possible result for you.

We will listen and communication with you clearly so that you have control over what is happening.

Do you work throughout New Zealand?2022-02-18T14:03:38+13:00

Yes. We have offices in Wellington and Whangarei. We make the most of contacting you using technology, but we make sure that we have face-to-face contact when it matters.

Our clients are based throughout New Zealand, and we are available to you wherever you are.

What kind of clients do you act for?2022-02-18T14:04:26+13:00

We act for clients from all walks of life, including employees and employers, uniformed professionals, and small and large organisations.

We are also experienced in supporting religious ministers and other ordained people who are subject to internal church processes.

How much will your services cost?2022-02-18T14:05:41+13:00

We are cost conscious and focused on providing you value for money. We don’t want you to pay more than you need for legal services, and we will work hard to resolve things early and at a low level.

At all times you will have certainty of cost. We are fully transparent about the services we provide you, and can talk to you about an estimated cost of the work that we will do.

The full details of fees are in our terms of engagement which will be made available to you. Don’t let costs stop you from getting the legal support that you need. Contact us for a free initial consultation.

Do I need to talk to a lawyer?2022-02-15T10:32:20+13:00

If you are wondering about whether you need to talk to a lawyer, that is a good indication that you need to. It is always better to resolve things as early as possible, so talk to us about what options are available to you.

You can contact us for a free initial consultation to discuss your needs.

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