Senior Registered Legal Executive / FNZILE
- DDI:(04) 570 4181
- M:021 156 5022
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Amanda graduated as a Legal Executive in May 2002, is a member of the Institute of Legal Executives and was admitted as a Fellow of the Institute in March 2013. Being a Fellow of the Institute is recognition with over ten years working as a Legal Executive and gives her the added ability to take statutory declarations for clients.
Clients love Amanda for her honest, straightforward and efficient approach to the handling of their affairs.
Q and A with Amanda
Why did you become a Legal Executive?
The thought of being able to assist people at all aspects of life whether it be buying your first home or helping to ensure your affairs are in order for when you are no longer here really appealed to me.
When you are not being a legal executive what do you like doing most?
You will find me on the side line of the football field supporting my husband, at a Rugby match supporting the All Blacks and Hurricanes or chilling with friends and/or family with a wine in hand.
Where is your special place in the region?
Upper Hutt born and bred, no other place like it.
What is your favourite shop/restaurant?
Kmart has to be a favourite place to go to be able to purchase multiple different items at once and food wise definitely Nicollinis in Wellington – best Italian ever!
How would you describe your style of practice?
Communicative and Efficient. There is nothing I like more than keeping my clients informed and for them to feel like they are my number one client every time.
If you had to give a first homebuyer a single piece of advice, what would it be?
Trust us, we are here to help. A lot of people worry that we are only here to earn fees, however this is far from the truth. We are here to hold your hand every step of the way if that’s what it takes to get you to your home.
What is different about the HomeLegal service that makes it so popular?
The accessibility of help and the efficient systems. Always knowing where the transaction is at and having someone who can be contacted must help people who don’t do this every day feel more at ease.