Unyielding commitment to superior client service and representation led to the formation of Benaters. Our attorneys have attained legal experience and perspective while practising within distinguished boutique firms. This experience led to an amassing of skills and observation of the different ways firms can operate.
We synergistically deliver a powerful combination to our clients: we combine big-law-firm skills, flexible and attentive service, inside and varied perspectives, scalability, a keen business sense, and of course affordability.
By providing you access to the broadest possible range of knowledge and experience at our disposal, we are large enough to get the job done, yet small enough to ensure high-quality and personalised legal services to both businesses and individuals.
Partner — LL.B LL.M
Attorney & Notary Public (SOUTH AFRICA)
Solicitor (England & WALES)
REGISTERED EUROPEAN Lawyer (Spain)
Shaun is an admitted Attorney and Notary Public of the High Court of South Africa, Solicitor in England and Wales and a Registered European Lawyer in Spain.
Shaun serves as outside general counsel to his clients, who call on him whenever they have a legal question or business deal that they require assistance with.
Shaun adds value to the individuals and businesses he works with by reducing their exposure to potential liability and overall risk while helping them achieve their goals.
LL.B — University of the Witwatersrand
LL.M — Unisa (specialising in Information Technology Law)
Law Society of the Northern Provinces
Law Society of England and Wales
Ilustre Colegio De Abogados De Madrid
Partner —B.Com LL.B
Attorney, Notary Public & Conveyancer
Administrator of Deceased Estates
Roxanne specialises in conveyancing, property law and the administration of deceased estates. Her experience combined with cutting edge technology ensures that all our clients receive an outstanding professional service when entrusting us with their property transfers and related transactions.
B.Com — (Rand Afrikaans University)
LL.B — (University of Johannesburg)
• Law Society of the Northern Provinces