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Kindly be advised that our practice has relocate to 835 Jan Shoba Street (old Duncan Street), Brooklyn, Pretoria. Our email addresses and voip number (012-0100909) will remain the same.

Shapiro & Haasbroek Incorporated is one of the leading law firms in Gauteng, South Africa.

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With 24 years of experience, Shapiro & Haasbroek Incorporated is your trusted and preferred legal partner. We specialise in divorce and family law practices and we have played an integral role in numerous cases which have had a direct and permanent impact on South African Law.

These cases include Martens v Martens 1991 (4) SA 287 T, Honey v Honey 1992 (3) SA 609 W, Wijker v Wijker 1993 (4) SA 720 A, De Witt v De WITT 1995 (3) SA 700, Rowe v Rowe 1997 (4) SA 160 A and Ndaba v Ndaba (600/2015)[2016]  ZASCA 162 (4 November 2016)

We offer expert advice in all aspects of divorce, separation and family law matters. Our work ethos focuses on compassionate and comprehensive matrimonial law services including (but not limited to) prenuptial and post nuptial agreements, deceased estates, divorce, divorce mediation and child custody cases.

OUR SERVICES INCLUDE:

  • Adoption

  • Bills of Legal Costs

  • Civil Unions

  • Collections

  • Contracts

  • Conveyancing

  • Criminal

  • Custody

  • Debt Collections

  • Debt Consolidation

  • Deceased Estates

  • Divorce

  • Divorce Mediation

  • Domestic Partnerships

  • Estates

  • Evictions

  • Family Law

  • Foreclosures

  • Gay Rights / Same Sex Rights

  • General Practice

  • High Court Practice

  • Insolvency

  • International Child Abduction

  • Leases

  • Liquidation

  • Litigation (Civil)

  • Litigation (Commercial)

  • Litigation (Criminal)

  • Litigation (General)

  • Litigation (High Court)

  • Litigation (Magistrates Court)

  • Maintenance

  • MVA Claims

  • Notaries Public

  • Property Law

  • Rehabilitation Orders

  • Rehabilitations

  • Sectional Title

  • Sequestrations

  • State Negligence

  • Surrogacy Law

  • Trusts

  • Wills

  • Wrongful Death

  • Childrens Rights