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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

Electronic Signatures in Property and Other Transactions

“To sign a document means to authenticate that which stands for or is intended to represent the name of the person who is to authenticate” (quoted in the case below) We all know that verbal agreements, although fully binding for most types of transaction, are a recipe...

Directors and Business Rescue in the Time of COVID-19

“A stitch in time saves nine” (wise old proverb) The COVID-19 pandemic and the resultant lockdown have opened up new avenues of profit for some businesses, but they have also subjected many others to the spectre of business failure.  Unfortunately we can expect...

Our Brave New World: Using Zoom for Retrenchment Consultations

“O brave new world” (Shakespeare) The COVID-19 pandemic will doubtless lead to many new developments on the legal front. For example, with widespread employee retrenchment now an unfortunate reality in our struggling economy, all employers, employees and trade unions...

POPIA’s Deadline is 30 June 2021 – Ignore the “Fake Headlines” But Start Planning!

At long last the main provisions of POPIA (the Protection of Personal Information Act) have been gazetted, and they will commence on 1 July 2020. That means that the one year transitional period will expire on 30 June 2021.  Don’t panic just yet, and ignore...

Website of the Month: The Mental Battle of Running a Small Business in Lockdown Level 3

“This Too Shall Pass. It might pass like a kidney stone, but it will pass” (Unknown) Entrepreneurs and the small businesses they run are bearing much of the brunt of our deepening economic woes. Some SMEs have prospered, others have sunk – most of us have just battled...

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