Achieve Your Wealth Management
& Succession Planning Goals

A specialist trust and private client law firm with proven professional expertise and experience.

 

In today's complex world, you need specialist advice from professionals with the right credentials.

TGT Legal (previously Taylor Grant Tesiram) is a boutique law firm specialising in trusts, personal asset planning, succession, trustee services, estate administration and superannuation.

Our goal is to deliver the highest quality advice by applying the proven professional expertise and experience of the firm's partners, lawyers and legal executives in the dynamic environment of a modern boutique law practice.

OUR EXPERTISE

 

TGT Legal provides specialist legal services to assist private clients to achieve their wealth management and succession planning goals and to advise on trust structures used by charities and superannuation schemes. Our areas of practice include:

Trust Advice

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Personal Asset & Tax Planning

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Matrimonial & Relationship Property Advice

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International Tax Planning

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Business Succession Planning

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Investment Structuring

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Restructuring of Trusts

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Independent Trustee Services

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Charities

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Wills

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Probate Work & Estate Administration

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Trust, Relationship Property & Estate Litigation & Disputes

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Protection of Personal & Property Rights Act 1988

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Gifting

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Powers of Attorney & "Living Wills"

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Litigation Support : Trust & Estate Claims

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Superannuation

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MEET OUR PEOPLE

NEWS & PUBLICATIONS

TGT's New Hires

TGT Legal welcomes Dominique Bonn and Zoe Ellwood to the team.
 

New Zealand Foreign Trusts 

The "Panama Papers" have caused the media to question the role of New Zealand Trusts established by non-residents as part of global solutions to asset planning.

When should trustees seek the direction of the Court? 

What should a trustee do when a decision to do something is clearly in the best interests of the trust but there is doubt as to whether the trustee has the power to make the decision? Pravir Tesiram considers this question and others in his article.
 

Sally Morris to present at Legalwise 

Sally Morris is speaking at the Legalwise Seminars “10 CPD points in one day” conference on 9 March 2016. Sally’s topic is “Challenging Wills”.
Contact us
+64 9 920 8660
South British Insurance Company Limited Building
Level 7
3-13 Shortland Street
Auckland 1140
New Zealand