Specialist Attorneys In Pretoria
First established as Andrew Burden Attorneys in 1994, the name was changed to Burden & Swart Attorneys in 2005 and as of November 2013 they continue into the future under the new name Burden Swart & Botha Attorneys.
Burden Swart & Botha Attorneys, from Pretoria East, specialise in general litigation, debt collection, commercial, conveyancing and notarial matters, administration of deceased estates, divorces, family matters and sequestrations.
What Makes Us Unique
Let us draft and register your ante-nuptial contract and we’ll draft an updated Last Will and Testament for the couple, at no extra cost.
The first 30 minutes of your consultation on litigation matters are free.
When we attend to your divorce, we will draft an updated Last Will and Testament for you, at no extra cost.
We will draft your Last Will and Testament free when:
- We do a property transfer on your behalf – whether selling or buying
- We register a bond for you
- We register your ante-nuptial contract
- We act on your behalf in a divorce matter
- We attend to the winding up of your deceased spouse’s estate
Our Legal Services
Administration Of Estates
Losing a loved-one is an emotionally-challenging and traumatic time and this is when trustworthy legal support can ease the burden. With our knowledge and experience…
Business And Commercial
Andrew Burden heads the business and commercial department at Burden Swart & Botha Attorneys. With his vast experience and acknowledge he helps to protect …
Our conveyancing department is well known for the efficient way in which Leonora Swart with her highly skilled and friendly conveyancing secretaries attend to matters…
With combined knowledge and experience of more than 60 years, Burden Swart & Botha Attorneys has the skills and expertise to assist you with a variety of civil litigation services.
Wills And Estate Planning
The most thoughtful gift to leave for your loved ones, is a well drafted and executable Will. Equally important is to determine whether the estate will have liquidity at time of death.