Karen Marshall and Cone Marshall are the principle of Cone Marshall which is a tax and trust law firm that is located in New Zealand. Cone Marshall is an international organisation that was founded in 1999. The law firm works hand in hand with foreign families as well as their advisors to help them establish New Zealand’s trusts, partnership as well as companies. The international families also benefit from international wealth planning advice.
Cone Marshall Limited is responsible for providing a full package of the New Zealand law services that include, tax, trust, structuring advice, succession, as well as the provision of management services. Cone Marshall is devoted and very dedicated to offering quality services to their clients, and it has been observing and will always observe the laws of the judiciary sector to ensure they deliver the best.
Karen Marshall is one of the principles at Cone Marshall. Karen is a graduate of the University of Otago where she graduated with LLB honors. After her graduation, Karen worked in London where she served in one of the prominent law firms in the country for ten years. At the law firm of London, Karen Marshall served in the commercial litigation department. She has a vast experience in Law something that offered her an opportunity to act as a consultant to two constitutional trustee companies where he advised them regarding trustees’ obligations and powers to enter into negotiations as well as security for the third party. Karen joined Cone Marshall in 2005 and the following year she was appointed the principle.
Geoffrey Marshall is the founder and the principle of Cone Marshall. Geoffrey graduated with LLB from the University of Otago. After his graduation, he started his career in Auckland New Zealand and later moved to Christchurch where he was a partner and the Chairman of Partners in one of the leading law firms. Geoffrey holds a Diploma in tax and trust Law and his skills offered him the opportunity to serve as a commercial litigator as well as tax and trust advisor. After for two years working in West Indies Geoffrey decided to establish his law firm, Cone Marshall.
Geoffrey Cone is described by The Law & Expert Directory as the essential tax lawyer. He disagreed with media report saying that New Zealand is a tax haven as the country does not possess the qualities of a tax haven as listed by the OCED.