Strömbeck Attorneys and Pieterse Cary Finlaison Attorneys have joined forces and will henceforth be known as Strömbeck Pieterse Attorneys. Strömbeck Attorneys was established by Justin Strömbeck while Pieterse Cary Finlaison Attorneys was established by Schalk Pieterse and Rudolf de Bruyn. Strömbeck Pieterse Attorneys will be led by Justin Strömbeck, Schalk Pieterse, Hannelie Bronkhorst and John Finlaison as directors.

When asked why the merger, Justin Strömbeck’s reply was “Schalk and I had been referring work to each other for a number of years as our firms complimented each other in respect of the different areas of law that we specialised in. The merger made sense as we are now a full service law firm offering our clients a wide variety of legal services. The fact that service delivery was and remains so important to both of us made this merger the obvious choice.“ When asked what Strömbeck Pieterse Attorneys stands for Schalk Pieterses’ reply was “Our aim is simply to keep our clients happy by delivering exceptional service and practical, first class legal advice. Hence our slogan, “legal, service, excellence””.

As a full service law firm Strömbeck Pieterse Attorneys offers legal services in the areas of: conveyancing; property law; tax law and tax settlements; litigation; commercial law, contracts and company law; family law and divorces; labour and employment law; administrative law; injury on duty claims; commercial crimes; insurance law; construction law; environmental law; licensing and compliance; liquor licenses; and debt collection.

Strömbeck Pieterse Attorneys merge looks set to go from strength to strength with Justin Strömbeck and Schalk Pieterse at the helm. So whether you are buying or selling a property, brokering or in need of a commercial contract, or you have to appear in court, Strömbeck Pieterse Attorneys is set up to attend to all your legal requirements in a friendly and efficient manner where a client’s needs are put first.


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