Brian Pelham

On 1 December 2015 the Partners purchased the practice of Brian Pelham: Riccarton Family Law  following Brian’s decision to retire. To the Valued Clients Brian Pelham Riccarton Family Law and [...]

Katherine Maciaszek

Katherine graduated with a Bachelor of Laws and a Bachelor of Music from Victoria University of Wellington. Katherine joined the firm in March 2015 as a Law Clerk. Peter was her moving solicitor [...]

Hazeldean Business Park

In June 2018 the firm rebranded to Maciaszek Brown Law and relocated to Level 4, 6 Hazeldean Road, Addington. Our new office has expansive views over the City and the Alps. We look forward to [...]

Lincoln Road Premises

On 23 March 2012 we moved into new premises at the top of Lincoln Road. It was wonderful to have more space and to be so close to Hagley Park.

February Earthquake

Our office was located in the CBD Red Zone following the 22 February 2011 earthquake.  We were able to salvage our client files and deeds through several supervised visits arranged through CERA. [...]

Zbigniew Maciaszek Retirement

Mr Maciaszek senior retired in 2003 having had a full and varied legal practice. He was passionate about his clients and getting the best result for them.  For more information on Mr Maciaszek [...]

BNZ Armagh Building

In 1992 the firm moved to premises on the third floor of the BNZ building at 137 Armagh Street Christchurch. The office was well located to the Courts and had wonderful views over the Avon River [...]

Mark Brown Admission

In 1990 Mark Brown was admitted to the bar. This picture was taken of Mark signing the Roll of Barristers and Solicitors. Mark joined Geddes and Maciaszek shortly thereafter and became a partner [...]

Peter Maciaszek

On 24 November 1980 Peter Maciaszek was admitted to the bar. This is his admission notice.   Peter then went to work for another leading Christchurch law firm for several years where he met his [...]

Zbigniew Maciaszek

Zbigniew Maciaszek, was admitted to the Bar in 1968 having studied for a law degree whilst he was in full time employment. He purchased Alf Geddes’ practice in 1971.  The firm then became known [...]

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