Administration of Estates
Administration of estates concerns the management and settlement of the estate of a deceased person.
We can assist in legal drafting; be it contracts between Airlines / Charter companies and Pilots/crew following the ICAO Legislation of flying hours and rest times or leasing of fixed and rotary wing aircrafts
Banking and Finance
A practice area of the business sector dealing with financial products including but not limited to syndicate lending, project finance, asset finance, leveraged and acquisition finance, structured finance and leasing.
Corporate Secretarial Department is monitoring and ensuring that companies comply with the relevant legal and regulatory requirements of the Companies Act or any related laws.
Conveyancing & Notarial Practice
Conveyancing is the transfer of legal title of property from one person to another, or the granting of an encumbrance such as a mortgage or a lien.
Notarial Practice involves a notary public who is authorized to draw and attest contracts and other documents, ensuring legality never becomes an issue.
Our services include: Conducting an independent investigation of the case to reveal facts not known to, or revealed by, the prosecution, such as violations of
One of the well experienced department at our law firm is the Debt Collection
Edictal Citation involves communicating and corresponding with people in a foreign country, and the posting of documents overseas. When one spouse is living in Botswana and the other overseas, he or she is able to institute divorce proceedings through the divorce courts in Botswana.
Employment and Labour Law
Employment law is the collection of laws and rules that regulate relationships between employers and employees.
Labour law, the varied body of law applied to such matters as employment, remuneration, conditions of work, trade unions, and industrial relations.
Family Law focuses on finding solutions to issues relating to often complex legal relationships. These include marriage and parenthood among others. For this reason, family law practice can involve work with varying groups from children to the elderly and any others in between. Because family law relates to some very personal aspects of a client’s life, it can be one of the most emotive areas of law to practice.