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IS YOUR WILL UP TO DATE?

Can you sleep peacefully, knowing that your family will be well looked after when you are not around? Are you confident that your will is up to date? Contact us for advice on wills and estates. We can:

  • Advise you with regards to the formalities and requirements for a legal and binding Will
  • Prepare and draft your Will
  • Give advice on basic Estate Planning
  • Administer Deceased Estates

BUYING OR SELLING PROPERTY?

Reduce the costs relating to the transfer of ownership of property.

Morné Binedell Attorneys and Conveyancer can assist you with the marketing and selling of your property. Let the qualified property professional assist you. We can:

  • Assist in marketing your property
  • Provide you with advice on the terms of the sale
  • Prepare and draft a custom Agreement of Sale
  • Professionally attend to the registration of transfer
  • Save you time and money

PLANNING ON SAYING “I DO”?

Marriage is a legal relationship with legal consequences.

Morné Binedell Attorneys & Conveyancer can assist with:

  • Advice on the different Marital Dispensations
  • The drafting, execution and registration of your Antenuptial Contracts
  • Giving advice regarding the law relating to so called “Life Partnerships” or “Common Law Partner”s in South African context

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Body Corporate Levy Clearance Explained

November 17th, 2017|0 Comments

A  matter that has become a thorn in the flesh of many conveyancers and their clients, is the often exorbitant fees charged by bodies corporate and/or their managing agents for the issuing of a so-called “levy [...]

What to do before you say “I do”

November 9th, 2017|0 Comments

Before you say "I do" Marriage is not only an important decision affecting your personal relationship; it also has certain legal and other implications. Therefore, it would be to your benefit to consider the [...]

Transfer of Properties – no easy task

July 2nd, 2017|0 Comments

Many people are unfamiliar or confused by the process of transferring ownership of immovable property from one person to another. This confusion stems from a distinction in South African law between movable and immovable property. [...]