At Queen City Law we have made significant investment in our technology which enables us to obtain the fastest possible turnaround for our clients. Our office is also wireless so clients are able to access their own Tablets, Smartphones and Laptops here in our Queen Street office. We have complete connectivity for all visiting mobile devices. In addition you may find some of the resources and blogs on this website will be of practical assistance to you. The Queen City Law Library is a collection of PDF articles and checklists – designed to assist clients with a wide range of legal issues
Our document collection system which contains in excess of 200,000 legal documents. This system enable us to quickly email documents through to clients for review as required. It also contains search engines so that documents can be retrieved very quickly. Our document system is a real point of distinction for our practice and enables us to add real value to our clients requirements.
Our electronic trust account system which provides records of all of our clients financial activities. This dynamic software also enable us to track every transaction down to the last cent. It enables us to monitor work flows at the touch of a button. We also go out of our way to try and obtain the best possible interest bearing deposit rates for our respective clients who may elect to deal on a one on one basis with our dedicated Trust Accountant at any time.
4. Brookers (Legal Database)
This provides us with up to date access to virtually any legal issue including all Acts of Parliament as well as recent case law and so on.
5. ADLS (Legal Forms)
Increasingly more and more of New Zealands legal forms are becoming electronic. We can work online on all standard agreements for sale and purchase of real estate and businesses as well as a host of other standard law forms including mortgage documentation etc.
6. Land Information New Zealand (LINZ)
We have obtained digital certification in order that we can attend to the transfer and registration of (property) documents electronically. This is now in fact mandatory.