Civil litigation

Matters arising out of the magistrate's court, Regional court and High court, such litigation includes but is not limited to disputes relating to property (e.g. arrear rental, eviction etc.); disputes relating to contracts such as breach of contract; disputes relating to damage such as motor vehicle accident, injury.
Criminal litigation: includes but not limited to Police bail, formal bail application, common assault/assault GBH, and drug possession, driving under the influence of alcohol, reckless and negligent driving and fraud.

Application proceedings

includes but not limited to in terms of section 57; 58; 65A; 65E; 65J, rescission of judgment applications. A genuine understanding of our client's needs, values and priorities empowers us to deliver, efficient, tailor-made debt collection services at competitive rates. We offer flexible and can tailor their debt recovery techniques and program to suit your specific business needs. We are skilled and trained professionals and possess the knowledge needed to help our client recover their debts. we are aggressive and would use techniques that business owner might not use such as reporting to credit bureaus, repossession of property or dragging the debtor to court.

Company law

We offer comprehensive, effective, progressive and innovative advice to a small starting business and growing business in all aspects of employment law in South Africa including:
  • *general employment law
  • *arbitration and mediation
  • *disciplinary investigations and enquiries
  • *employment contracts
  • *employment discrimination
  • *employment legislation
  • *employment litigation (labour and high court litigation)
  • *litigation: alternative dispute resolutions
  • Policy development and drafting Training, seminars and employment law updates

    Insolvency law

    Insolvency law governs aspects of financial debt. Insolvency occurs when a company is no longer able to pay debt due. The two main types are that of inability to pay debt when due and thus related cash flow problems and balance sheet insolvencies when the liabilities of a company far exceed the assets.
    According to insolvency law a company that has liquid assets and thus a positive balance sheet, but is unable to pay the short term debt is thus in a cash flow insolvency state. When a company's assets fall into a negative state where the liabilities become more that the assets, the company can still have enough cash flow for a day to day running, but not to pay off the long term debt.
    The difference between insolvency and bankruptcy according to the law, is that bankruptcy occurs when a court determines that the insolvent state cannot be resolved without legal actions and thus declares a company bankrupt.
    With the numerous insolvencies that have occurred over the past few years, focus has shifted from liquidation of assets to assistance of business in financial trouble. The reason is simple. Not only the business, but its suppliers, clients, shareholders and employees are all minimize the effect is better as such debt restructuring steps can be taken to help rehabilitate a company.

  • Commercial company law
  • Contracts
  • Joint ventures
  • Sale of business
  • Partenership agreements
  • Divorce mediation
  • Litigation and dispute resolution
  • Insolvency law
  • Domestic partnerships
  • Employment law
  • Family law
  • Labour law
  • Civil & Criminal litigation
  • Trusts
  • Wills and Estates
  • Maintenance
  • Debts collection
  • Evictions
  • State negligence
  • 3rd party claims
  • Curatorship
  • Legal costs consulting
  • Administration of deceased estate
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