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- Antenuptial Contract
- Deceased Estate
- Family Law
- Notary Public
- Conveyancing
- Contracts and Commercial Work
- Litigation



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- Family Law / Familie Regte

- Landdroshof en Hooggeregshoflitigasie
- Skuldinvorderings
- Korrespondentewerk

- Magistrate's Court and High Court litigation
- Debt collecting
- Correspondent work

- Huwelikskontrakte / Antenuptial Contract

Een van die belangrikste aspekte van jou trou voorbereidings is jou huweliksvoorwaardekontrak en testament. Alhoewel dit gewoonlik vir laaste gelaat word, behoort dit heel eerste op die lys te verskyn aangesien dit een van die eerste  finansile besluite is wat julle saam sal neem.

Ons staan julle by in die maak van hierdie besluit en lei julle deur die verskillende opsies met 'n noukeurige konsultasie.

Ons stel ook 'n gratis testament op saam met die kontrak want ons is van mening dat die testament net so belangrik is soos dit kontrak.

Kontak ons gerus met enige verdere navrae of om 'n afspraak te maak!

Koste: R1300 allesinlsluitend, eerste konsultasie gratis.


One of the most important items on your to-do list for your wedding is your Antenuptial Contract and Will. Although these two mostly appear last on the list, it should be first as it is the first financial decision that the two of you will make together.

We assist you in the making of this decision and guide you through the different options by thorough consultation.

We also draft a will free of charge in conjunction with the contract so that you are set for you new life together!

Feel free to contact us with any further queries or to book a consultation.

Cost: R1300 all inclusive, first consultation free of charge.


- Litigasie / Litigation

- Landdroshof en Hooggeregshoflitigasie
- Skuldinvorderings
- Korrespondentewerk


- Magistrate's Court and High Court litigation
- Debt collecting
- Correspondent work


- Transfer and Bond Process

- The transfer process:

It helps to know the parties involved and the 12 steps of bond registration. Understanding all the steps along the way makes the whole process much easier. The following parties are involved in the purchase of a property.

 - The Seller:  This could be individuals or a legal entity

 - Estate Agent: This party might not always be involved in the process

 - The Purchaser: This party agrees to the registration of a mortgage bond over an immovable property to secure the repayment of the loan granted.

 - Conveyancing Attorney: Appointed by seller to transfer the property to the buyer's name and who is attending to the cancellation of the sellers bond at the deeds office.

- The Bond registration process:

- Step 1: Buying a property

The purchaser and the seller sign the Offer to Purchase. The purchaser applies for a bond with a financial institution.

- Step 2: Bond Approval

The bank approves the bond and advises the Bond Attorney to register the bond.

- Step 3: Property Transfer

The seller advises the Transferring Attorney to transfer the property. The title deed and cancellation figures are requested from the bank which currently has a bond over the property.

A statement of rates and taxes is requested from the local authority.

Read More Read More The transfer process.pdf

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The Bond registration process.pdf

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