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Comprehensive Solutions for All Your Legal Needs. From real estate transactions to complex litigation, we offer personalized legal services to meet your specific needs.

Real Estate Law

Expert Legal Guidance for Property Transactions. Our experienced attorneys provide comprehensive support for buying, selling, leasing, and financing real estate.

Conveyancing Process

Streamlined and Efficient Property Transfers. Our conveyancers guide you through every step of the property transfer process, ensuring a smooth and stress-free experience.

Deceased Estates

Compassionate Handling of deceased estate. Our experienced attorneys provide compassionate and efficient support in handling the distribution of a deceased person's assets.

Wills, Establishment & Administration Of Trusts

A Trust is a legal arrangement where a Trustee holds and manages property for the benefit of others, called beneficiaries. Trust administration involves managing and distributing trust assets according to the terms set by the founder or founders.

Company Registration | Intellectual Property

Company registration involves the process of creating a legal entity for a business. Intellectual property refers to creations of the mind, such as patents, trademarks, and copyrights, that have commercial value. Protecting intellectual property is important for businesses to secure their unique ideas and creations.

Litigation & Labour Law

We attend to cases in the Magistrates Court and in the High Court throughout the Republic Of South Africa

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Conveyancing Process

Transferring a property from a seller to a buyer’s name can take as long as three to four months, depending on the suspensive conditions of sale in the sale agreement as well as the conditions of the existing Title Deed.

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Deceased Estates

Winding up of an estate comes into effect when a person dies leaving property, assets or a document which is a will. Such estate must then be administered and distributed in terms of the deceased's will or failing a valid will, in terms of the Intestate Succession Act, 81 of 1987.

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Marriage Circles

Comprehensive Support for Couples. Our team provides expert legal guidance on prenuptial and postnuptial agreements, helping couples secure their assets and plan for the future

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