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Warrick de Wet Attorneys (Umhlanga)

Phone Number:
Fax:
+27 (0)31 201 8826
Docex:
30 Westville
Email address:
Areas Of Practice:
Access to Children, Adoption, Antenuptial Contracts, Arbitration, Association Agreements, Black Empowerment, Business Law, Childrens Rights, Civil, Civil Unions, Commercial, Commercial Drafting, Company Law, Company Registrations, Competition Law, Conservation and Wildlife, Construction, Consumer Law, Contracts, Copyright, Corporate, Credit Law, Criminal, Custody, Customs & Excise, Debt Collections, Deceased Estates, Designs and Copyrights, Divorce, Divorce Mediation, Domestic Partnerships, Domestic Violence, Drunk Driving, Employee Benefits, Employee Share Incentive Schemes, Employment Equity, Employment Law, Estates, Evictions, Family Law, Franchising, Fraud, Freight and Carriage, Gaming Law, General Practice, High Court Practice, Industrial Law, Industrial Relations, Insolvency, Intellectual Property, International Transactions , Joint Ventures and Acquisitions , Labour Law, Leases, Licensing, Liquidation, Litigation (Civil), Litigation (Commercial), Litigation (Corporate), Litigation (Criminal), Litigation (General), Litigation (High Court), Litigation (Insurance), Litigation (Magistrates Court), Litigation (Tax), Maintenance, Matrimonial, Mediation, Medical Negligence, Mergers and Acquisitions, Notary / Notaries Public, Partnership Agreements, Patents, Personal Injury, Property Law, Sale of Business, Sectional Title, Sexual Harassment, Shareholders Agreements, Social Media, Sports, Trade and Industry, Trademarks, Transport Law, Trusts, Wills
Address:
Suites 13 and 14 Corporate Park, 11 Sinembe Crescent, Sinembe Park, Umhlanga
Region:
Kwazulu Natal / Durban
Area:
Umhlanga / La Lucia
Postal Address:
PO Box 529, Westville, 3630
Description:

Warrick de Wet Attorneys focuses primarily on the fields of:

  1. Commercial and corporate drafting, including mergers and acquisitions;
  2. Commercial litigation (in the High and Magistrates courts);
  3. General litigation;
  4. Family law;
  5. Labour law; and
  6. Import authorisations (such as the obtaining of Letters of Authority).

The commercial drafting practice of the firm encompasses small to large scale transactions, on a national to international basis.

The firm approaches all problems with a view to solving the problem holistically and then putting measures in place for the client that, should a similar problem arise, ensure that the client is then best equipped to deal with that problem.

This pro - active approach is the basis for all work undertaken by the firm and the ability to identify, adapt and respond to problems is something that sets the firm apart from other law firms. 

Contact Person:
Warrick de Wet / Callen Houareau