Roxanne Benater

I sat for my B.Com Law degree at the Rand Afrikaans University (RAU) and later went on to complete my post-graduate LL.B degree at the University of Johannesburg (UJ) in 2005. I absolutely loved studying law and really thrive in my own practice. I recall that I particularly enjoyed Property law and Contract law and Family and Succession, where I achieved top results.

I began my legal career at Melamed and Hurwitz Attorneys in 2006 where I completed my articles in 2007, going on to be admitted as Attorney, Notary and Conveyancer in the same year. When I fell pregnant with my first child in 2009, I made the decision to leave Melamed and Hurwitz Attorneys and start my own legal practice where I would have the freedom to be a mom as well as a practising attorney. I therefore started Benater Attorneys in 2009 (one week after my first child was born – I am a determined woman) and a few years later formed Benaters, together with my husband, in 2017. Solidifying my belief in family, both in my practice and at home.

I am a specialist in conveyancing, property law and the administration of deceased estates. I am proud to say that together with my extensive experience and use of cutting edge technology, I ensure that all my clients receive outstanding professional (yet personalised) service especially when I am entrusted with my client’s personal matters.

I stand behind our view that your family is mine too!

I am an admitted Attorney and Notary Public of the High Court of South Africa. As a result, I am a member of the Legal Practice Council (South Africa).

Contact me on [email protected] or +27 (0)82 325 8585. I would love to hear from you!

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