Mcintyre van der post
van der post
Two firms of attorneys, McIntyre & Watkeys and Wiley van der Post, both established in the 19th Century, amalgamated on 1 March 1957 and the new firm, McIntyre & Van der Post came into being. In the subsequent 60-odd years we have grown and developed further, offering an even wider range of legal services. Today we are a large firm of attorneys that specialises in Property, Estates, Collections, Commercial Law, Family Law and General Litigation.
Change calls for innovation. Innovation leads to progress. Concepts that we embrace.
HIGHLY QUALIFIED EXPERTISE
Assistance with all property (movable and immovable) related transactions including the financing and transfer of ownership thereof.
The rights, relations and conduct of people and businesses engaged in commerce, merchandising, trade and sales.
All personal and corporate litigation in the Magistrates’ Court, Regional Court, High Court and Supreme Court of Appeal.
Estates and Wills
The process of arranging and drafting all legal documentation regarding the management and disposal of deceased or insolvent estates.
Legal process relating to family relationships such as adoption, divorce, child custody, child support and all related legal matters.
Legal assistance and advice for creditors and debtors relating to the process and execution of the collection of outstanding debts.
We are dedicated to providing a range of quality legal and associated services to the entire community in accordance with its expectations and changing needs.
We direct all our efforts towards achieving a particular goal.
We are wholeheartedly dedicated and loyal to each cause, activity or challenge.
We are able to successfully produce a desired or intended result, because we are trained professionals.
We devote our individual time and energy towards each specific client.
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Buying or selling property is a big deal for most of us, and no one wants to be in the position of a couple who, having viewed a house advertised as “a renovator’s dream”, signed an offer to purchase immediately but then changed their minds.
You may come across this term in contractual disputes, where one of the parties deliberately prevents fulfilment of a suspensive…
Although specific legal assistance is always the best way to maximise your chances of a successful recovery, the process needn’t be complicated.
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A recent High Court decision demonstrates once again why taking the law into your own hands like that is playing with fire. We’ll discuss why your lease should always be in writing, clear and comprehensive.
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This is an old legal principle meaning “let the buyer beware” and it’s essentially sensible advice to buyers to inspect whatever they are buying thoroughly before they buy it.
What’s the best way to protect yourself from someone out to damage your reputation? We’ll analyse several legal options available to us with reference to a recent High Court case in which a property developer was being attacked on both a WhatsApp group and Facebook by a fired contractor.
Divorce is at best stressful for everyone, and at worst it involves bitter dispute and recrimination, perhaps to the extent of one or both parties applying for a “forfeiture of benefits” order.
Justice cannot be for one side alone, but must be for both.
– Eleanor Roosevelt –
McIntyre Van der Post Inc.
Registration number: 1998/002098/21