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New law firm opening in Manukau

29 May 2014

New law firm opening in Manukau

A new law practice, Denham Bramwell Lawyers, opens for business in Manukau on Tuesday 3 June 2014 – offering a comprehensive range of legal services.

Denham Bramwell Lawyers will practise from offices at Level 2, 3 Osterley Way, Manukau. These offices were previously occupied by Brookfields Manukau. The new firm will offer property, estates and trusts, commercial and civil litigation and family and private client services.

John Delugar and Brett Abraham, former partners of Brookfields Manukau will be joined by Fiona Cowan, Sarah Vyle and Peter Webb – presently practicing as barrister’s sole from Parkview Chambers in Manukau. Tania Sharkey, Bianca Herman, Tracy Langvad and Raewyn Yelavich will be Associates. The full complement of staff at Denham Bramwell Lawyers will include 11 lawyers, three legal executives along with experienced support staff.

John Delugar and Brett Abraham, former partners of Brookfields Manukau, who have significant experience in the commercial and property law sector, will lead this practice area within Denham Bramwell Lawyers. Fiona Cowan and Sarah Vyle, both experienced family and relationship property lawyers, will lead the family and private client services team. Peter Webb, will specialise in commercial and civil litigation. Peter was previously CEO of a multi-national corporation and brings to Denham Bramwell Lawyers the business experience he gained in this role.

Being centrally located in the Manukau area, small medium enterprises and other businesses based in the area and beyond will have convenient local access to quality legal services. The five founding partners of Denham Bramwell intend to expand and bring in further expertise to meet the growing needs of business and individuals in the entire Manukau area.

For further info www.denhambramwell.co.nz

ENDS

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