New face joins team at Arnet Law

Sarah Hagenson has joined the team at Arnet Law in Pukekohe.
Sarah completed her conjoint degree in Law and Social Sciences at Waikato University, and was admitted to the bar in 2010. Prior to completing her degree, Sarah based herself in England during her OE before working in the legal profession as a Trust Administrator for a Hamilton firm. Since this time, Sarah has worked as a solicitor for one of the Big Six law firms in Australia, returning to New Zealand to work as a solicitor in Hamilton. Born and raised in rural Waikato, Sarah joined Arnet Law in May 2015 after relocating to Pukekohe. Sarah specialises in property law and estate planning.
She enjoys quality family time outside of work – she and her partner have a blended family consisting of five young children. Sarah is actively involved with her children’s education and sporting adventures and is looking forward to the opportunity to become more involved with the Franklin community.

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