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Jan Luitingh

Areas Of Practice:
Access to Children, Adoption, Antenuptial Contracts, Childrens Rights, Civil, Commercial, Commercial Drafting, Contracts, Curatorship / Curator Bonis, Custody, Divorce, Divorce Mediation, Evictions, Family Law, Insolvency, Insurance Law, Liquidation, Litigation (Civil), Litigation (Commercial), Litigation (Constitutional), Litigation (Corporate), Litigation (Criminal), Litigation (General), Litigation (High Court), Litigation (Insurance), Litigation (Magistrates Court), Maintenance, Matrimonial, Mediation, Medical Negligence, MVA / Motor Vehicle Accident Claims, Professional negligence, Rehabilitation Orders, Rehabilitations, State Negligence, Wills, Wrongful Death
Phone Number:
Cell Number:
Fax:
+27 (0)21 686 8440
Email address:
Position:
Partner
Years of Practice:
35
Address:
Suite 5 Athos Chambers, cnr Campground and Austwick Avenue Rondebosch, Cape Town
Region:
Western Cape / Cape Town
Area:
Cape Town
Postal Address:
P O Box 431, Rondebosch, 7700
Qualifications:
Jan was educated at Grey College Bloemfontein and thereafter at the UOFS achieving the Sanlam Award, the Friend Newspaper Award and the GC Sabbagha award for excellence. Jan has been admitted in the High Court and Constitutional Court and is a Small Claims Court Commissioner. He is a mediator and member of FAMAC, Kelvin Grove and The Metropolitan Golf Club. Jan and Glenda currently live on the Atlantic Sea Board. Jan loves playing golf, nature and hiking. He has finally started writing his first novel (it is never too late)
History:

Jan Luitingh, the founder of the firm and Senior Partner was a former legal advisor to SABC and also a partner in Herbsteins now Cliffe Dekker, presently one of the largest firms in the country. Jan decided to become a lawyer when at the age of 7 he accompanied his mother to the movie Witness for the Prosecution.

Jan's ability to interact with client at grassroots level and his desire to have a more personal and intimate knowledge of his client's affairs made him practise for his own account.

Languages:
Afrikaans, English