Areas Of Practice:
Antenuptial Contracts, Arbitration, Association Agreements, Bail, Bail (24hrs / After Hours), Bankruptcy Law, Business Law, Childrens Rights, Civil Unions, Collections, Company Law, Company Registrations, Consumer Law, Conveyancing, Criminal, Curatorship / Curator Bonis, Custody, Debt Collections, Debt consolidation, Deceased Estates, Divorce, Divorce Mediation, Domestic Partnerships, Domestic Violence, Drunk Driving, Estates, Evictions, Family Law, Gay Rights / Same Sex Rights, General Practice, High Court Practice, Human rights, Immigration / Emigration, Insolvency, International Child Abduction, International Transactions , Islamic Law, Labour Law, Land Rights, Leases, Legislative Drafting, Licensing, Liquor Law, Litigation (Civil), Litigation (Commercial), Litigation (Constitutional), Litigation (Corporate), Litigation (Criminal), Litigation (General), Litigation (High Court), Litigation (Insurance), Litigation (Land Claims Court), Litigation (Magistrates Court), Litigation (Tax), Local Government Law, Maintenance, Maritime Law, Matrimonial, Mediation, MVA / Motor Vehicle Accident Claims, Notary / Notaries Public, Partnership Agreements, Pensions and Retirement Funds, Permenant and Temporary residence permits, Personal Injury, Professional negligence, Rehabilitation Orders, Rehabilitations, Road Accident Fund claim / 3rd Party claim, Sale of Business, Sectional Title, Sequestrations, Sexual Harassment, State Negligence, Surrogacy Law, Trusts, Wills, Work and Study Permits, Wrongful Death
Simon Dippenaar is an admitted attorney of the High Court of South Africa. He is the founder and director of Simon Dippenaar & Associates, a private law firm with offices in Cape Town and Gauteng, representing both South African and international clients.
Simon’s dedicated, compassionate approach has earned him a reputation in family law, which extends to his other fields of expertise, such as eviction law, liquor licensing and criminal law. He is known for cracking cases where others have failed. Simon engages expert associates in specific areas of practice to complement and expand his service offering.
Simon has a strong commitment to social justice and the needs of the less fortunate. He was involved in one of the country’s most recognised mass eviction cases in Marikana, representing the unlawful occupiers and their constitutional right to adequate housing - entirely pro bono.
Simon sits on the South African Police Services Forum, where he is head of finance, and is a member of Rotary International and the Cape Chamber of Commerce, both of which he has served for many years.
Simon is known for “high EQ win-win” resolutions, to quote Craig Wilkinson, Founder and Executive Director of Father A Nation.