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For you: For Your Business:
Inheritance law
Family law
Residential Property law
Tax and Estate Planning
Wills & probate
Matrimonial Divorce
Conveyancing
Contracts and ad hoc advice
Property Valuations and Appraisers
Trusts
Notaries
Immigration
Employment law: Employer & Employee
CC and Company registrations
Commercial law
Contracts
Insolvencies and Liquidations
Labour
Intellectual property
Legal proceedings and dispute resolution
Brief Overview of some of our expertise:

Matrimonial Divorce

Cooper Attorneys provides advice and assistance on all aspects of divorce and family law in South Africa. If you are experiencing family breakdown or are contemplating divorce, we can help.

We take a very firm no-nonsense approach to our work and although we will always promote an amicable settlement, we will act professionally and ensure that your interests are safeguarded at all times, leaving you to recover your life.

We can help to allay some of your concerns and we will advise you, in plain English, what your rights are and what you can expect to achieve from the divorce.

 
Property Conveyancing
Much of our business lies in conveyancing. Cooper Attorneys are experts in this field.

Our services are subject to very strict supervision so that the public is protected against any unscrupulous practices.
 
Because the Law Society imposes certain standards of professional service you can be assured that the service you receive from us is as good if not better than any other solicitor in South Africa.

Buying or selling your home should be an exciting experience, but all too often can prove to be stressful as well. Against such a backdrop, it is important to secure the services of a legal expert, to steer you around the pitfalls and guide you to a successful conclusion of this most personal of transactions.

Whilst many firms of solicitors offer conveyancing services, the calibre of our lawyer, scope of our expertise and focus on personal advice and service of the highest quality sets us apart.
With personal service at the top of our agenda, clients are assigned a dedicated solicitor who oversees the entire transaction from start to finish.
What you need to know…

What Is Property Conveyancing? Why Do I Need a Property Conveyancing Attorney?

Conveyancing is the legal transfer of property from one owner to another. The conveyancing process, if properly carried out by a conveyancing attorney, ensures that the purchaser actually owns all the property, land and rights that have been paid for.

Selling Your House (conveyancing) i.e. the legal process involved in selling your house is relatively straightforward.

Conveyancing Solicitors normally perform the following services:
1. Obtaining the deeds (from your mortgage lender if you have one)
2. Completing a Property Information Form and a list of the Fixtures, Fittings and Contents
3. Sending out a draft contract package to the buyer's solicitor, providing them with full details of the property and its services
4. Agreeing a date when the purchase will be completed
5. Exchanging contracts
6. Repaying any mortgage, paying the estate agents, and sending you the rest of the proceeds (or putting them towards the purchase of your new home)

Don’t delay. Cooper Attorneys are only a call away.