Practical, authoritative and commercially astute advice to promote the growth of our clients’ businesses.

Delport van den Berg Incorporated, founded in 2002, is a niche law firm offering specialised services in the practice areas of Property Law, Banking Law, Commercial Law, Litigation, Dispute Resolution, Family Law, and Corporate Debt Collections. As specialist attorneys based in Pretoria and Johannesburg, we assist our corporate and private client base across the greater Pretoria, Johannesburg and Gauteng with their specific property law, commercial, litigation and debt collection needs. We embrace the vision that an attorney is also a businessman, and we offer practical, authoritative and commercially astute advice to promote the growth of our clients' businesses.

Our Legal Expertise

Our goal is to satisfy the needs of all our clients by offering superior service while adding value. This is achieved by always establishing a good rapport with our clients, as well as being flexible in our approach. We render a professional service in a courteous manner, while always being honest and ethical. We attempt to maintain the closest possible relationship with our clients, enabling us to develop an accurate understanding of their commercial imperatives.

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Our Team

Our well qualified, effective and friendly lawyers are supported by state-of-the-art IT systems and managerial support. The firm currently has a total staff compliment of approximately 60 personnel, consisting of 18 Attorneys, 3 candidate attorneys, 25 paralegals and administrative personnel that can assist with all matters related to our area of expertise.

After-Hours Service

Recognising that the practice of law does not occur exclusively during usual working hours, our directors have a policy of approachability and can be reached on their mobile phones 24 hours a day.

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