23 Years' Experience!
Practice Areas of Expertise:
Debt Collection, Family Law, Labour Law, Civil and Criminal Litigation, Labour Court and Labour Appeal Court, Magistrate's Court, and High Court
Protecting your interests and preserving relationships.
We aspire to form business relationships built on a solid foundation of mutual trust for all parties' benefit. Advocacy is not our service, and it's our passion. We are committed to protecting what matters to you. Preserving relationships is the foundation of our success, protecting your interests and fostering relationships through effective communication.
Provide their customers with an effective debt collecting service. The Wollnik and Associates Inc. staff are persistent yet understanding, ensuring accurate negotiating skills. Monitor debtors prearranged payment plans and motivated regular payments through corrective measures. Activate the legal system as a last resort to obtain judgments through the Magistrates or High Court.
WE ENSURE RECOVERY WHILE UPHOLDING GOODWILL.
TYPES OF DEBT WE RECOVER ON OVERDUE ACCOUNTS ARE:
Commercial loans and judgments across the board; Rented property debts; Retail and department store accounts; Unpaid invoices
Bad debt should be handed over after 90 days have lapsed. Many creditors have already broken the terms and conditions of the credit granted at this stage, causing the relationship to sour. Generally, all forms of communication have been ignored, or the debtor has come up with a string of excuses or broken promises, which typically have not materialized, causing the creditors to express their concerning lack of response for payment. A collection problem exists, and the account should be handed over for debt collection after the prescribed 90-day period.
The Longer The Outstanding Amount Is Overdue-The Higher The Risk And Chances Of Non-Recovery.
COMMERCIAL SERVICES: Business Law applies to the rights, relations, and conduct of persons and businesses engaged in commerce, merchandising, trade and sales. We offer all-encompassing risk management solutions to all your commercial transactions.
LABOUR LAW: Wollnik and Associates Inc. offer solutions to both the Private and Public Sectors. We specialize in the following areas of Labour Law in South Africa.
Employment Policies and Procedures; Representation at the CCMA, Bargaining Councils, and Labour Court; Disciplinary Hearings and Dismissals; Retrenchments; Contracts of Employment
FAMILY LAW: Family law or matrimonial law incorporates family matters and domestic relationships such as marriage and civil unions, antenuptial agreements, divorce and annulment, child custody, and the best interests of the child, maintenance, child abuse, and domestic violence. Examples of family law are the nature and issues arising from a marriage; civil unions and domestic partnerships; mental and physical abuse of the spouse and/or children; legitimacy, adoption, surrogacy, and abduction of children; annulment, divorce, maintenance, and settlements; and custody, visitation, and support.
CIVIL LAW deals with behavior that constitutes an injury to an individual or other private party, such as a corporation. Examples are defamation (including libel and slander), breach of contract, negligence resulting in injury or death, and property damage.
CRIMINAL LAW is the body of law that deals with crime and the legal punishment of criminal offenses. The state must prove beyond a reasonable doubt. The burden of proof: ...
"The difference between civil and criminal law turns on the difference between two different objects which law seeks to pursue - redress or punishment." Civil law seeks a remedy (for example, compensation) for the injured party. In other words, criminal law seeks to punish an offense.
How do I apply for bail in South Africa?
According to the law, you must be brought in front of a court within 48 hours of being arrested. Then, you or your legal representative can apply for bail at any stage of the court proceedings. We can assist with either obtaining police bail or making representations to the public prosecutor and or magistrate to obtain bail formally.
How is the bail amount determined in South Africa?
When determining bail for an accused, a magistrate must consider the seriousness of the charge and the interests of justice. We can also assist in arguing for an affordable bail amount.
CONTACT US TODAY OR BOOK A CONSULTATION!
Telephone: 011 793-4367
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Websites: www.wollnik-ass.co.za / Attorneys.co.za
Docex: 185, Randburg