Catherine Quin

Director

Catherine has called Taranaki home for many years and she and her husband have raised their two sons here.
With a passion for helping people, Catherine qualified as a registered general and obstetric nurse in 1976 and subsequently worked around the county and overseas including Africa. Catherine then changed career and qualified as a solicitor from Otago University in 1987. She went on to  established a wide base of court experience, wills and trusts.
Catherine has a particular interest in elder abuse matters and was instrumental in advocating and arranging for the Elder Abuse Service to be established here. She is the chairperson of the Advisory Panel for the Elder Abuse Service. Catherine acts as voluntary solicitor for the Taranaki Society for the Blind, Taranaki Head Injury Society, Taranaki Brain Injury, Parents of Deaf Children Taranaki and Lantern Trust.
Catherine specialises in all areas of Family Law, Elder Protection, Protection of Personal & Property Rights, Maori Land, Conveyancing and Trusts.

Gordon Wilson

Gordon was appointed Staff Solicitor at QuinLaw in November 2008. Before Gordon embarked on a career in the law he spent 14 years working for two global corporations that operate within Taranaki.


Gordon is specializing in the areas of Family law and Mental Health law with a particular focus on relationship property matters.
Gordon was appointed Associate of QuinLaw in August 2011.

Principal - Barrister & Solicitor

Catherine Quin

Principal - Barrister & Solicitor

Catherine has called Taranaki home for many years and she and her husband have raised their two sons here.
With a passion for helping people, Catherine qualified as a registered general and obstetric nurse in 1976 and subsequently worked around the county and overseas including Africa. Catherine then changed career and qualified as a solicitor from Otago University in 1987. She went on to  established a wide base of court experience, wills and trusts.
Catherine has a particular interest in elder abuse matters and was instrumental in advocating and arranging for the Elder Abuse Service to be established here. She is the chairperson of the Advisory Panel for the Elder Abuse Service. Catherine acts as voluntary solicitor for the Taranaki Society for the Blind, Taranaki Head Injury Society, Taranaki Brain Injury, Parents of Deaf Children Taranaki and Lantern Trust.
Catherine specialises in all areas of Family Law, Elder Protection, Protection of Personal & Property Rights, Maori Land, Conveyancing and Trusts.

Catherine Quin

Principal - Barrister & Solicitor

Catherine has called Taranaki home for many years and she and her husband have raised their two sons here.
With a passion for helping people, Catherine qualified as a registered general and obstetric nurse in 1976 and subsequently worked around the county and overseas including Africa. Catherine then changed career and qualified as a solicitor from Otago University in 1987. She went on to  established a wide base of court experience, wills and trusts.
Catherine has a particular interest in elder abuse matters and was instrumental in advocating and arranging for the Elder Abuse Service to be established here. She is the chairperson of the Advisory Panel for the Elder Abuse Service. Catherine acts as voluntary solicitor for the Taranaki Society for the Blind, Taranaki Head Injury Society, Taranaki Brain Injury, Parents of Deaf Children Taranaki and Lantern Trust.
Catherine specialises in all areas of Family Law, Elder Protection, Protection of Personal & Property Rights, Maori Land, Conveyancing and Trusts.

Catherine Quin

Principal - Barrister & Solicitor

Catherine has called Taranaki home for many years and she and her husband have raised their two sons here.
With a passion for helping people, Catherine qualified as a registered general and obstetric nurse in 1976 and subsequently worked around the county and overseas including Africa. Catherine then changed career and qualified as a solicitor from Otago University in 1987. She went on to  established a wide base of court experience, wills and trusts.
Catherine has a particular interest in elder abuse matters and was instrumental in advocating and arranging for the Elder Abuse Service to be established here. She is the chairperson of the Advisory Panel for the Elder Abuse Service. Catherine acts as voluntary solicitor for the Taranaki Society for the Blind, Taranaki Head Injury Society, Taranaki Brain Injury, Parents of Deaf Children Taranaki and Lantern Trust.
Catherine specialises in all areas of Family Law, Elder Protection, Protection of Personal & Property Rights, Maori Land, Conveyancing and Trusts.

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