Parry Field Lawyers - Ken Lord
Parry Field Lawyers - To the heart of what matters
With expertise in a wide variety of legal matters, Parry Field has developed a reputation for providing high quality legal advice and services in a timely fashion.
Our services are in the following areas
- Residential, rural & commercial property
- Wills, Family & Charitable Trusts & Estates
- Commercial, Business
- Migration, Employment matters
- Litigation & Dispute resolution
Parry Law Lawyers has several other sectors which address and support the following...
- Innovate –addresses & helps start-ups
- Change for good – to assist “charities” and “Not for profit”
- Social Enterprises
- Charitable Trust Foundation
- Notary Public
Ken joined Parry Field Lawyers in 1980 and became a partner that same year.
Ken’s focus is on Property and Personal law including trusts and asset planning with strong interests in issues relating to the charitable sector, assisting the elderly and charitable trusts. He is also a Notary Public and one of the authors of the LexisNexis Law of Trusts, having written and reviewed the chapter devoted to charity law, as well as chapters in the LexisNexis publication The Law and Practice of Charities in New Zealand.
Ken has served, or is still serving, on many boards including YMCA Christchurch, Christian Resource Centre International, CRY For The World Foundation, Hagar New Zealand, Living Springs Trust, Garden City Rotary Charitable Trust, La Vida Youth Trust and Parry Field Charitable Foundation.
He is an active member of the Rotary Club of Garden City (President in 2002) as well as a keen musician and road cycling racer, chairing The Papanui Cycling Club Incorporated.
Graduating LLB from the University of Canterbury in 1977, Ken completed a BA in English and Russian literature in 2004. He takes an active part in the New Zealand Law Society, having spoken at Law Society Conferences, been a member of property law committees, seminar/conference organisation committees, has served as Convenor for the Trusts and Wills Committee and member of the Canterbury Westland NZLS Standards Committee.
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