Areas Of Practice:
Access to Children, Adoption, Antenuptial Contracts, Arbitration, Association Agreements, Bail, Bankruptcy Law, Business Law, Business Rescue, Civil, Commercial, Commercial Drafting, Company Law, Company Registrations, Contracts, Conveyancing, Corporate, Criminal, Debt Collections, Deceased Estates, Divorce, Divorce Mediation, Domestic Partnerships, Education Law, Employee Benefits, Employee Share Incentive Schemes, Employment Law, Environmental Law, Estates, Evictions, Family Law, General Practice, High Court Practice, Human Rights, Immigration / Emigration, Insolvency, Insurance Law, Internet Law / E-Commerce, Joint Ventures and Acquisitions , Labour Law, Leases, Liquidation, Litigation (Civil), Litigation (Commercial), Litigation (Corporate), Litigation (Criminal), Litigation (General), Litigation (High Court), Litigation (Insurance), Litigation (Magistrates Court), Maintenance, Matrimonial, Mediation, Medical Negligence, Notary / Notaries Public, Partnership Agreements, Personal Injury, Planning Law, Property Law, Road Accident Fund claim / 3rd Party claim, Sale of Business, Sectional Title, Sequestrations, Shareholders Agreements, Town Planning, Township Establishment, Trusts, Water Law
Webbers was established by Fred S Webber in Bloemfontein in 1906, which makes it one of the oldest attorneys’ firms in Bloemfontein and the Free State. At Webbers Attorneys we aim to be accessible, responsive, and efficient in providing legal services to our clients, whether we represent an individual, a small business or a corporate concern.
Briefly described below, our practice areas are:
Commercial, Corporate and Business Law
Building and Engineering Law
Private and Family Law
Administration of Estates
Family and Divorce Law
Litigation and Dispute Resolution
Supreme Court of Appeal
Arbitration and Mediation
Personal Injury and Medical Negligence
Motor Vehicle Accident Claims
Bail applications, Defence Representation and Trial litigation
We provide those legal services that the community in all its diverse sections require, in a competent and professional manner.