Arunjeev Singh, is an experienced and competent Auckland Immigration and Criminal lawyer providing specialised legal services at affordable fee. Arunjeev Singh, who is an Indian Lawyer having office in Papatoetoe is primarily serving communities in the South Auckland area and provides services in a variety of fields including New Zealand Immigration Law, New Zealand Criminal Law, Family law, etc all under one roof. He has 99% success rate in Immigration matters. He has done many cases in Family Court relating to dissolution, separation, parenting order and relationship property.
He has also appeared for defendants in District Court charged with offences relating to drink driving, careless driving and assault by male on female.
Law is rapidly developing and the need for updated information and advice is vital to understand your rights and responsibilities. These include the Transport Act, Immigration Act, Crimes Act, Employment Relations Act, Property Relationships Act and many more.
It is also a goal of Arunjeev Singh to communicate with the community in a way that makes the law easily understandable and more accessible.
Arunjeev Singh, practised Criminal Law and Human Rights Law in India for over a decade. He has good knowledge of Charitable trusts, family trusts, incorporated societies and company law.
He remained as a trustee in the Board of Trustees at Papakura Central School for over two years. He has been actively involved in a voluntary organization, Voluntary Law Association of India New Zealand Inc and shared his experience and knowledge in the law for the benefit of the local community. He regularly provides free Legal Advice to the clients of Citizens Advice Bureau, Papakura. He can speak, read and write Punjabi, Hindi and English.
Arunjeev Singh specialises in the following fields:
He has successfully filed applications for Permanent Residence under skilled migrant category, work visa, family category, student visa, applications for special directions from the Minister of Immigration, besides Refugee Appeals before Immigration and Protection Tribunal.
b) EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS
Disputes between employers and employees, employment agreements, unions and other employment related matters.
c) CIVIL LITIGATION
Litigation related to contractual liabilities, corporate matters, licensing matters and any other type of civil litigation.
d) PROPERTY RELATIONSHIP
Division of assets in family relationships and other forms of relationship property matters.
e) TRUSTS/ FAMILY TRUSTS/WILLS
Litigation concerning trusts, family trusts, wills and other matters of succession.
f) HUMAN RIGHTS<
Any kind of complaints of discrimination or other human rights issues.
g) FAMILY LAW, ADOPTION
Matters relating to domestic disputes, protection orders, parenting orders, child care and adoption from overseas.
h) CRIMINAL LAW AND TRAFFIC OFFENCES
Excess breath or blood alcohol offences, drug driving offences, summary offences, diversions, discharge without conviction, or any other matters of criminal law.
CLIENT CARE POLICIES
He gives the highest regard to client care and is bound by the ethical rules of the New Zealand Law Society.
Being a Barrister, he is required to take instructions from an Instructing Solicitor. He can arrange one if requested.
Barrister, B.A.LL.B 119 Kolmar Road
PO Box 72247, Papakura-2244
Ph/Fax: (09) 2969181
Mobile: 021 115 4297