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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.

Our Latest news

Buying and Selling Property: Who Pays What Costs?

“Risk comes from not knowing what you’re doing” (Warren Buffett) Don’t risk not knowing what you’re doing when you either sell or buy property. Avoid nasty shocks by budgeting properly for the costs you will incur – some of them can be substantial, and some are less...

Trusts on Divorce: Are You Stuck with an Ex-Spouse as Trustee?

“Love is grand. Divorce is a hundred grand.” (Anon) That’s a great scenario whilst the marriage prospers, but what happens on divorce? A recent High Court decision addressed one such scenario – Trusts may be formed for a variety of reasons, and the purpose and...

Bodies Corporate: Forcing Access to Units, and Round Robin Resolutions

Owning your own property comes with a raft of benefits, including a general right to privacy and control over who can access your property and who can’t. But of course there are exceptions. And apart from the obvious ones, a recent High Court judgment highlights one...

Verbal Agreements – Not Much Good, But Lots of Bad and Ugly

“The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly” (Spaghetti Western, 1966) A common myth – one that can get you into a whole lot of trouble if you aren’t alive to it - is that verbal contracts are not legally enforceable in South Africa. The opposite is true. With very few...

Website of the Month: Don’t Let Hybrid Work Break Your Company Culture!

As pandemic restrictions ease around the world, many businesses forced by lockdown to “go remote” are torn between returning to office and keeping everyone working remotely. An increasing number are opting for one or other hybrid model, which can come with major...

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