Marlise, an impeccably organised individual, has been an associate in the firm’s property practice group since 2006. She specifically chose to specialise in the property sector, which requires a high level of organisational skills.
Marlise completed her studies at the then Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University in 2002. She excelled during her time at university, receiving annual merit bursaries throughout her studies. After completing her articles, she was duly admitted as an attorney, notary and conveyancer in January 2005. Marlise was initially inspired to focus her attention on property law due to the fascinating interaction between legislation and how this impacts the successful and lawful negotiation of a deed of sale, as well as the resulting transfer of property.
Marlise is particularly astute at understanding the needs of her clients in relation to property transactions. This enables her to advise clients regarding their property transactions, taking into account their wishes and best interests and explaining the application, complexity and interaction of all the relevant legislation and legal provisions in a simple and understandable way.
Outside of work, Marlise is a wife and mom of two. She enjoys unwinding with family and friends, cooking classes and the odd tennis game.
Bond registrations and cancellations
Township establishment, consolidations and subdivisions
Wills and trusts
Attorney of the High Court of South Africa
Conveyancer of the High Court of South Africa
Notary Public of the High Court of South Africa
Cape of Good Hope Law Society
Greyvensteins Givers Gain Campaign
Honours & awards:
Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University Merit Bursary Recipient
The Proxi Smart Model and Conveyancing Attorneys