Cone Marshall is a popular business in the field of law. Cone Marshall was developed by Geoffrey Cone and Karen Marshall. Geoffrey graduated from University of Otago in New Zealand obtaining LLB honors. Cone has a post graduate diploma in tax and loads of experience in trust law. He started practicing law after he graduated in his home country of New Zealand. Then it was not long before he moved to Christchurch to explore more business opportunities.
Cone quickly moved up to the position of Chairman of Partners at one of the largest legal firms in the area. He practiced all kinds of areas of law. Cone Marshall specifically worked on commercial litigation, taxes, and trust advisory work.
He got to experience all the different levels of court. He quickly learned how they operate, what they stand for, and how the discipline is enforced. Cone appeared as the leading counsel in all of the different levels of court.
After spending a few years in Christchurch and the British West Indies serving as a litigator, he moved back to New Zealand in 1997 to continue practicing law on home turf. It was in New Zealand that he quite working for other firms and started up his own firm. It was opened in 1999 and quickly grew attracting a lot of attention. His firm is called Cone Marshall Limited.
Cone Marshall Limited spends a lot of time working with organizations around the world dealing with financing, taxes, and spreading trust. Most of the firms time is spent dealing with international trust and tax planning. The firm continues to spread trust management services through all the partnered businesses.
Cone Marshall Limited will continue to work closely with attorneys, banks, trustees, and advisers offering them a variety of services. The firm will continue to provide tax, trust, and structuring advice to all qualified clients. Everything communicated is confidential and protected.
Karen Marshall graduated from the same college as Geoffrey Marshall. She studied the same material as him as well. Before joining Cone Marshall she worked at a large city firm in London spending time in the Commercial Litigation department. She transitioned over to working at Cone Marshall in 2005. She became a principle of the company just one year after joining. Karen worked as an advisor for two statutory trustee companies. She has worked with plenty of Trustees of Charitable Trusts and continues to manage several different kinds of trusts.