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We're one of the largest family legal aid providers in New Zealand. Get in touch and see what we can do to help you.
Take a look at the work of the Canterbury Family Violence Collective here.
During 2015, in partnership with Social Service Providers Aotearoa (SSPA), Ebborn Law delivered a series of intensive four-hour workshops to a broad range of staff from social support services. We ran these workshops in Invercargill, Cromwell, Dunedin, Christchurch, Napier and Wellington.
Two other key players came on board to support the Wellington workshop: Te Rito Wellington Family Violence Network and Strengthening Families Whakapiripiri Nga Whānau.
Visit our Useful Info page for the information provided on the Family Justice System. We want to thank the participants for attending and engaging with us during the workshops, and SSPA for providing this opportunity to social services.
Channel 9 Dunedin featured the workshop held at the Otago Museum on their news broadcast. Click here to view it online.
We are always looking to the future to see how we can lead the way in providing family law in New Zealand. We also like to be actively involved in community: buying from local suppliers where we can, providing an excellent workplace and supporting our clients to link to social service providers.
You can engage with us from the comfort of your own home if you choose: we are VLaw™ enabled practitioners, and provide video linked services to any part of New Zealand (including Chatham Islands) and overseas.
Ebborn Law offers a fixed-fee option in many cases. This means the cost risk is spread more evenly between you the client and us as your lawyer.
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