About The Firm
Dawie de Villiers is a duly admitted attorney in the High Court of South Africa and practising in style and manner of Dawie de Villiers Attorneys, in association with Etienne Bedeker Inc, Menlyn Square, Pretoria East.
He specializes in Criminal and Family litigation and was chosen by LIPCO (Pty) Ltd as their best national criminal laywer for the year 2011. Futhermore he is the only criminal lawyer on the panel for company Legal Defender (Pty) Ltd, for the Gauteng province.
He also specializes in Sport Law and acts and competes for Nick Bester and Bruce Fordice’s national club, namely Nedbank Running Club. Futhermore Dawie is an admitted Military Legal Practisioner and also appears in various Military Courts.
Dawie also sits in on various stake holder meetings with the SAPS and Metro Police, together with the acting Senior Control Magistrate, Magistrate M. Naidoo.
Dawie became a member of the Executive Committee of the Pretoria Attorneys Association in 2014 and is currently responsible for the Criminal Courts portfolio as well as the Regional Court for the Regional Division of Gauteng, held at Pretoria North. His pidgeon hole number at such Court is No 42, and may be utilized by any member.
Dawie herewith invites members to bring to the attention of the PAA, through its subcommittee any problems, concerns or issues being experienced relating to Criminal Courts and Divorces and members are also welcome and encouraged to submit suggestions, and complaints, for example unlawful arrests.
WILLS & ESTATES
A Will is the declaration of a person’s wishes about the disposition of his assets on his death. Normally a written document, the will names the persons who are to receive specific items of real and personal property.
A divorce is a formal ending of a marriage. It’s more permanent than a separation and involves a legal process. If you get a divorce, that means the marriage is officially over.
Bail is a set of pre-trial restrictions that are imposed on a suspect to ensure that they comply with the judicial process. Bail is the conditional release of a defendant with the promise to appear in court when required.
Conveyancing – or the transfer of property ownership – is the process you’ll work through before finally gaining the keys to your palace.