The firm consists of two attorneys, each specializing in their respective fields of law. Although being a boutique firm, it remains widely connected with national and international associated legal firms who are specialised in specific areas of law.
Our specific areas of practice are:
- CIVIL LITIGATION
- FAMILY LAW
- DIVORCE LAW
- PROPERTY LAW
- COMPANY LAW
- COMMERCIAL ARBITRATION
- LABOUR LAW
- CRIMINAL LAW
We can also assist with:
- ROAD ACCIDENT FUND CLAIMS
- TAX IN SOUTH AFRICA AND OFFSHORE
- BUYING AND SELLING OF PROPERTY
Our aim is to build on its existing international and national client base while incorporating innovation and new ideas of practice as far as possible. This mission may not be a traditionalist's perfect cup of tea but we recognise the need of breaking the traditional mould of how a law firm operates and aligning our legal services to where our clients’ needs require it.
Through use of technology, the firm is not limited to the confines of the Garden Route but is able to consult with client all over the country and world. In doing so, it assists clients with multiple office branches while still maintaining a personal relationship.
The firm is situated within walking distance from the George Magistrate Court and Circuit High Court which ideally positions it in the center between the Western and Eastern Cape while also having access to the rest of the country through the George national airport.Show more +
Dawie Bezuidenhout has been admitted as an attorney of the High Court of South Africa and also holds right of appearance in the High Court, Supreme Court of Appeal and Constitutional Court.
Since 2012 he has worked as an associate and then became partner in that firm. He subsequently bought out his partner and established DP Bezuidenhout Attorneys in 2016 which later became incorporated in 2021.
Dawie specialises in civil and criminal litigation, while the firm is equipped to take on various matters such as international contract and family law.
Dawie is the sole director ensuring that the proverbial buck stops with him.Show more +
Commercial Litigation and White Collar Crime in South Africa
62 Cathedral Street, George, 6530