Tracie is a highly skilled and experienced lawyer who specialises in providing expert legal advice and representation on a wide range of commercial and residential property, subdivision, business, and personal matters. With a wealth of knowledge and experience in these areas, Tracie is well equipped to assist individuals, small businesses, and trustees in navigating the legal landscape and achieving their desired outcomes.
Tracie is known for her approachable and thorough manner, taking the time to understand her clients' unique needs and providing clear, concise explanations of legal concepts in plain English. Her clients appreciate her ability to listen to their concerns, advise them of their options, and take prompt action to help them achieve their goals.
If you require legal representation or advice on commercial/residential property or subdivision matters, or business or personal matters, please do not hesitate to contact Tracie for a consultation. She is dedicated to providing her clients with the highest level of service and will work tirelessly to ensure your success.
With a reputation for providing practical, results-oriented advice, Tracie is the lawyer you can trust to provide the expert guidance you need to navigate the legal system and achieve your desired outcome.
Tracie has dedicated her entire career to the field of law. She began her journey in 1989 as a Legal Executive for a sole practitioner, Robert Rondel, and remained in that position until 2005.
After obtaining her law degree, she secured her first role as a lawyer at McVeagh Fleming. In April 2016, Tracie decided to take over Robert's practice and become a sole practitioner.
In October 2017, she return to McVeagh Fleming and merge her own practice with the firm.
LLB, University of Auckland, 2005
Legal Executive Diploma, Auckland University of Technology, 1993
Fellow of the Institute of Legal Executives, 2005
Tracie's life outside of work is all about family and friends. She devotes a lot of her time to her young daughter, keeping up with all of her activities and making sure she is well taken care of. When she isn't busy with her daughter, Tracie loves to travel and explore new places. She is an outdoor enthusiast and enjoys spending time on the water, kayaking, paddle boarding, snorkeling and fishing. When she needs to relax and unwind, Tracie turns to reading or watching a good movie for her "quiet time".