More About Balt Attorneys
BACKGROUND & FUTURE:
Balt Attorneys was established in Brits on 1 May 1999 by Willie Balt and was joined in 2004 by his wife Marian Balt.
During 2005 Balt Attorneys opened an additional practice in Hartbeespoortdam and on 1 July 2011 the firm also opened a branch in Knysna.
Balt Attorneys pride themselves in making use of the latest technology available, inclusive of Ghost Practice and Legal Suite software to ensure an utmost efficient and confidential service to their geographically widespread range of clients.
Balt Attorney’s commitment to making use of the latest technology has also ensured success in the firms pursuit of being as eco friendly as possible and the firm is now physically able to run a near paperless office with no loss of documentation and/or information.
Willie Balt studied at the University of Potchefstroom where he obtained the degrees B.Iuris on 17 March 1995 and and LL.B on 18 September 1997. On 16 February 1999 he was admitted as an Attorney and on 29 March 1999 he was granted the right of appearance in the Supereme Court.
CONVEYANCING / NOTARIAL QUALIFICATIONS:
Marian Balt studied at the University of Potchefstroom where she obtained the degree B.Iuris on 11 March 1994 and LL.B on 4 March 1996.
After her admission as an Attorney on 28 July 1998 with the right to appear in the Supreme Court being granted on 7 August 1998, she completed her further studies and was admitted as both a Conveyancer and Notary on 23 August 2001.
CONFIDENTIALITY / EFFICIENCY:
- With the exception of original documentation in need of safekeeping in fire proof cabinets, our clients can be assured that all other documentation are destroyed with a shredder after it has been scanned onto our database, thus ensuring no leakage of information to the public;
- On 28 July 1998 she was admitted as an Attorney and on 7 August 1998 she was granted the right of appearance in the Supreme Court. She thereafter completed her further studies and was admitted as both a Conveyancer and Notary on 23 August 2001.
- All information/documentation relating to your instruction can be obtained with the click of a button and no searching for files will delay a query; &
- No information/documentation will be destroyed after the prescribed 7 (seven) year period and will indefinitely be be available on our date base.