Theart Mey Attorneys is situated in Alberton, Gauteng. Established in 1990, the firm consists of highly trained, passionate and dedicated practitioners and support staff. With a commitment to excellence not only in their service offering but also in their client-focused approach, it is not hard to see why they have a competitive advantage in their area.
Being perfectly positioned they offer services to the greater Johannesburg area and Gauteng. As a proudly South African firm, they are committed to the opportunities that have been presented to them by creating an environment conducive to the progressive transformation and training targets that they have set.
Their areas of expertise are commercial law, banking law, conveyancing, property law, deceased estates, wills and trusts. They have an established client base including, among others, financial institutions, listed companies and other longstanding clients. As a niche firm specialising in all property related matters, they are in a unique position to represent and advise clients in respect of all their conveyancing, development and notarial service requirements. Acting for a number of financial institutions, they are furthermore well equipped to advise in respect of property and other financing.
Client-service is of the utmost importance to Theart Mey Attorneys and the integrity of the firm and that of their clients should never be compromised. Due to impeccable client service they are recipients of many awards that prove just how well their clients respond to their services. Clients benefit from their highly skilled professionals and the services they offer and are promised to be treated fairly, openly and honestly with dignity and respect. Most recently Yasmine Johnson has been appointed as director, and with her vast knowledge she is sure to add to the value that Theart Mey Attorneys continually adds to their clients.
Their vision is to make every client and every staff member part of their family. This is evident in the nature of community involvement projects they partake in, such as the eDeaf project which is an initiative geared towards one of South Africa’s more marginalised communities – the deaf community.
To learn more, visit their website at https://www.theartmey.co.za