Getting Things Done

We are a team of energetic attorneys with a practical and positive approach to legal matters and problem-solving. We seek to serve clients in a manner that cuts through red tape and makes the law simple, accessible and efficient. We thrive on being innovative and proactive.

We are known for getting the job done.

We also give back to the community through our pro bono work and community involvement.

Our Team

Laetitia Knoetze

BA.LLB (SU), Certificate in Deceased Estates (LEAD and UNISA) (cum laude).

Laetitia was admitted as attorney in 1991, conveyancer in 2011 and notary in 2018.

Laetitia has more than two decades of experience in the legal field, from litigation, commercial and company law to conveyancing and deceased estates in which she has specialised.  She provides regular pro bono services at the Deeds Office and annually participates in Wills Week.

Heidi Miller

BA (Law) (UWC), LL.B (UCT). Heidi (Senior Associate) was admitted as an attorney in 2003.  She articled and practiced at South Africa’s biggest law firm and is a commercial and corporate law expert with international experience.  She is involved in her community and is an avid cyclist and runner having completed 4 tours of the Cape Town Cycle Tour and a few half marathons.

Our Latest news

Property Owners, Buyers and Agents: Check for the Title Deeds Before 25 February!

“Time is of the essence” (legal phrase meaning ‘speed is essential, there’s a deadline, this is an emergency, hurry up, do it now’ – The Phrase Finder) You sell your house/apartment/office/factory/plot of land. You instruct your conveyancer to pass transfer to...

Private Schools and Parents Behaving Badly – the Expulsion Option

“…it can hardly be in the best interests of all concerned for this family to remain at the School” (Extract from judgment below) With the new School Year now well under way, let’s have a look at a recent court decision of interest to all schools, parents and learners....

Proving Your Claim in a Liquidation or Sequestration – When You Should, and When You Shouldn’t

“A small debt produces a debtor; a large one, an enemy” (Publilius Syrus, Roman writer) You are owed money by a debtor, whose “insolvent estate” is “sequestrated” (in the case of an individual or trust) or “liquidated” (in the case of a company or other...

Buying Your First Home with a Government Subsidy

Note: If you earn over R22k p.m. (the subsidy threshold) or aren’t personally in the market for a house in the “affordable housing” bracket, please think of forwarding this article to someone who might be – perhaps a relative, friend, colleague or employee. You could...

Your Website of the Month: 5 Steps to Business Success

Perhaps you are an employee, dreaming of starting up your own business. Or an entrepreneur looking to leverage your practical experience into another successful start-up. Or perhaps you are the CEO of a multinational planning to launch a new venture.  Small...

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