About Us

About Simpson Western Lawyers

Simpson Western is a leading law firm in Auckland North, with offices in Takapuna, North Harbour and Silverdale.

The firm has ten partners, supported by a team of specialist lawyers, legal executives and a practice manager, together with a team of excellent support staff.

We can offer you a broad range of legal services including:
• Business law
• Asset protection, trust formation & administration, wills & estates
• Lifestyle planning for seniors
• Property law 
• Litigation & dispute resolution
• Employment law
• Immigration law
• Relationship property & matrimonial law

Contact us today to talk about how we can help you.

Simpson Western Lawyers is a member of NZ LAW Limited, an association of independent legal practices. Our NZ LAW membership enables us to share ideas, technology and knowledge that will ultimately benefit the interests of our clients. 

At the very beginning . . .

Simpson Western was established in Takapuna in 1985 by Gary Simpson and Chris Western. Earlier in their careers, Gary and Chris had gained broad experience in working for major Auckland law firms.

Under their guidance the firm quickly gained a reputation for being professional, approachable, and for providing efficient, effective and innovative solutions. Simpson Western Lawyers became one of the North Shore's most prominent law firms.

As a result the law firm quickly grew; Gary and Chris were progressively joined in partnership by Greg Woodd, Brian Stewart, Robert Clark, Paul Hunter, Candice Murphy, Ken Paterson and Nicola Russ.

Simpson Western now has offices in Takapuna, North Harbour and Silverdale. 

Client Testimonials

What our clients have said about us:

"At Simpson Western there’s a real sense of professionalism, honesty and a sense of caring about their clientele, always go the extra yards, cover more attention to detail than one would expect."

 "Just love it when people pre-empt things and offer solutions anticipating the problems - wish I had more consultants who worked for me who did that."