The law in New Zealand is divided into two broad parts – criminal law and civil law.
A will is a document that states how you want your property dealt with when you die. Once you die, everything you own, and everything you owe, is called your estate.
Legal aid is government funded, free legal advice for people who cannot afford a lawyer when they have to go to court.
Relationship Property involves the assets of those who are married, in a civil union partnership or in a de facto relationship.