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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

Can Your Tenant Claim a Lockdown Rental Remission?

“It would thus be prudent that a commercial lease agreement includes a clause dealing with the risk associated with vis maior, casus fortuitus and the impossibility of performance.” (Extract from judgment below) The Covid-19 pandemic and its associated lockdowns and...

Directors at War: Terminating Email Access

“All is fair in love and war…and business is war." (Jasmine Kundra) When company directors are locked in dispute, one of them may be tempted to cut off the other’s access to emails and to the business server – a tactic likely to have immediate and serious consequences...

Divorce: Claiming Interim Maintenance and a Contribution to Legal Costs

Even if your marriage is collapsing around you, you might be afraid to sue for divorce because you have no money to survive on, plus you know that a hotly contested divorce might take years to finalise while your breadwinner spouse fights you tooth and nail every step...

A Victim of Sexual Harassment Must Report It “Immediately”

“…sexual harassment is a heinous and horrendous conduct since it undermines the dignity of women and the values enshrined in our Constitution.” (Extract from judgment below) Employers have a strong duty to provide a safe workplace for their employees, and to protect...

Your Website of the Month: How to Cope with Pandemic Stress as A Small Business Owner

Being an entrepreneur can be hugely rewarding, but it comes with a level of stress at the best of times, now magnified many times over by the pandemic’s uncertainties and disruptions. Of course stress can be good for us, but only up to a point. “Bad stress” won’t just...

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