About Us

At Simply Law we provide a wide range of legal services. We are particularly keen to provide a friendly and helpful service without using all the legal jargon.

From Greerton Law to Simply Law.  We have changed our firm name for many reasons.  Initially Greerton Law was set up to provide legal services to residents in and around Greerton.  We have grown quickly and it became apparent that our services were being sought by clients outside of the area.  The name Simply Law will take us through technology changes where more legal services will be offered on line in the future.  Importantly, the name is representative of our desire to provide straight forward advice and pricing.

We like our clients being able to call to discuss matters without worrying that they won’t be able to understand the legal issues or that they may not be asking the right questions.

All of our staff have high skill sets in their niche areas of law but the difference is we are personable. You will be able to have a real discussion about your situation and the law.

We welcome any queries you may have and of course we offer a free 10 minute no obligation discussion so you can decide if you would like to use our services. Just contact us by email or phone.

Barry Alan Rodgers - Director

Barry completed his education at Victoria University of Wellington. Barry is the Principal of the firm and has been practicing for over 30 years. He is a Bay of Plenty local, and has been living in Tauranga since 2010.   He is an experienced general practitioner who considers both practical and legal solutions for his clients.

He is available for his clients anytime of the day or night. If you are worried and need legal advice please do not hesitate to call.

Barry is married to Lisa, and has three daughters. He enjoys time with family, gardening, motorcycling and meeting new people.

Barry’s areas of practice are: Commercial Law (including business transactions and Leases), Property, Wills and Estates, Elder Law, and Enduring Powers of Attorney.

E: barry@simplylaw.co.nz

Dinnel Bailey-Gordon - Solicitor

Dinnel graduated from Waikato University with first class honours and has been practicing since July 2011. Although she is originally from the Far North she has moved south following her studies and has been living in Tauranga since early 2013.

Dinnel specialises in general property law, and commercial law. She also has a passion for elder law including Occupation Right Agreements, Wills, Enduring Powers of Attorney and Estates.

She is always happy to speak with clients regarding any of their legal concerns. She enjoys the outdoors, especially the beautiful walkways in and around Tauranga or relaxing with a good book.

Dinnel’s areas of practice are: Elder law (including retirement village purchases), Property, Wills and Estates, Enduring Powers of Attorney, Commercial Law (including business transactions and Leases).

E: dinnel@simplylaw.co.nz

Jo Flintoff

Jo FlintoffJo was born in Te Aroha and spent most of her childhood in Rotorua. After leaving school, Jo was employed by a Law Firm in Rotorua where she worked as a Legal Secretary for ten years. It was during this time that Jo commenced her Legal Executive studies.

Jo moved to Auckland with her family where she spent another ten years with a Law Firm on the North Shore. Jo completed and received her Legal Executive qualifications in 1999.

The call of the beautiful Bay of Plenty saw Jo and her family return in 2006. Jo has three children and five grandchildren. She loves spending her spare time with family and playing Candy Crush.

Jo assists Dinnel and Barry with Conveyancing, Wills and Estates and Enduring Powers of Attorney.

E: jo@simplylaw.co.nz

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Legal Client Newsletter - May 2019

The May 2019 Legal Client Newsletter is available now.

This edition covers:

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