We are a specialist firm of attorneys specialising in conveyancing (transfer of property). We offer expert advice in anything property – private offers, checking sale agreements and registration of transfers.
The firm SDG Attorneys and Conveyancers commenced practice at Umhlanga Ridge in 2013. The sole proprietor is Sheena Dasrath-Govender. Her qualifications include a LLB degree from the University of Kwa-Zulu Natal in April 2008 and a LLM (Masters) degree in Business Law from the University of Kwa-Zulu Natal in April 2012. She was admitted and enrolled as an Attorney in October 2010. She has also been admitted as a Conveyancer in October 2011. She has right of appearance in the High Courts of South Africa. She also holds a Certificate in Compliance Management with the University of Cape Town. She has approximately five (5) years’ experience in the legal field and two (2) years’ experience in the corporate compliance field with a financial institution.
Her practice specialises in Conveyancing and Property law, Administration of Estates, Divorces and Family Law, Trusts and Wills, Commercial drafting, Company law and registrations, Litigation and Compliance Management. Her specialist qualification in business law will greatly assist clients in need of advice of this nature. The firm has been independently rated in terms of the Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment Act (BBBEE) and is deemed to be a Level 3 Contributor i.e. an Exempted Micro Enterprise with a recognition level of 110%.
3. Premises, Equipment and Technology
The firm’s current premises are situated at 7 on Millenium, 5 Millenium Boulevard, Umhlanga Ridge, where adequate parking and meeting facilities are available to our clients. The firm is strategically situated next to the Umhlanga Ridge branch of Standard Bank. In order to maintain an efficient service to our clients, the firm has acquired and continues to update its equipment, having obtained the latest in computer software.
4. Firms Commitment to empowerment of previously disadvantaged groups
Being part of the previously disadvantaged group ourselves, we have been committed to reducing the injustices of the past by assisting our disadvantaged clients with substantially reducing our fee.
5. Ethics and Conflicts of Interest
We are committed to ensure that the firm conducts its practice with integrity towards clients and adversaries. Every effort is made to create a culture and value system that the clients are proud to be associated with, now and in the future. Where we find there is a conflict of interest or a potential conflict of interest, our clients are firstly clearly informed of such conflicts and our clients are then advised of avenues available and where necessary clients are referred to another firm of attorneys.
The fees charged are determined by the following factors namely the nature of the matter; the complexity; the seriousness/importance of the outcome, the volume of work involved; the time that it would take to be finalized; and experience of the person attending to the matter. We are more than willing to discuss and negotiate the fee with our clients. It has always been our practice to furnish our clients with a fairly itemized account. We therefore have no difficulty in complying with any of your billing structures and/or formats.