Legal Services, Conveyancing & Commercial Law Cambridge, NZ
Amanda Vosper commenced work as a lawyer in Cambridge in 1979 and is well known for her involvement in the community. Amanda practiced as a sole practitioner from 1985 until 1995 when she entered into the partnership of Cooney Vosper. The partnership was dissolved in 2005 and she set up in sole practice again under the name Vosper Law. In April 2020 she was pleased to have Vernon join her in partnership.
Vernon Woodhams joined the firm as a full time staff solicitor in January 2011. Vosper Law also employs four other solicitors, six legal executives and seven other secretarial/support staff. Our clients enjoy the support of a closely knit team of experienced professionals whose goal is to provide excellent legal services in a timely manner.
Welcome to Vosper Law
Our team of qualified legal experts have over 80 years of experience in working with families, businesses, community groups and individuals from all walks of life. Amanda Vosper is proud to now be acting for the third generation of families she has provided legal services to over her years in Cambridge.
Information Gathering Requirements from 1 July 2018
We are required to comply with all laws binding on us including (but not limited to):
• the Anti-Money Laundering and Countering Financing of Terrorism Act 2009 (AML/CFT Act); and
• the United States Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA); and
• the Common Reporting Standard (CRS).
To meet these requirements, we may be required to conduct customer due diligence on you, persons acting on your behalf, and other relevant persons such as your beneficial owners or persons who have effective control of you as a client. We may not be able to act or continue acting for you until this is completed to the required standard.
We will advise you what information and documents are required for these purposes. This information could include formal identification, address confirmation, source of funds, transaction details, ownership structures, tax identification details, and any other information considered relevant. Please ensure the information and documents requested are provided promptly to avoid any delays in us acting for you.
We will retain the information and documents and may be required to disclose them to government agencies as required by law. We may not be permitted to advise you of the instances when we are required to disclose this information. We may also be required to provide this information to banks with which we place your funds through our trust account.
If you have any questions regarding any of the above, please contact us to discuss.