Michelle Fiorentinos is a commercial & residential property attorney & qualified conveyancer & notary public.
Michelle heads our property, wills, estates and trusts department. She obtained her first degree in Social Sciences at the University of Cape Town in 1998 majoring in Psychology, Sociology and History of Art. Thereafter she completed her Honours degree in Sociology. These degrees have crafted Michelle’s critical thinking, research, and analytical skills. In the legal field this degree provides her with an edge as she truly understands and cares for people and can manage client relationships with a keen eye for the finer details.
She decided to branch out and obtained her LLB degree in 2003 as she felt a special connection to the legal field. She was admitted as an attorney in 2005 and worked in the litigation and family law departments for established law firms before making the move to property, notarial, trusts and estates law.
As an admitted Conveyancer, she has years of experience in the property field including the drafting of sale agreements, registration of transfers, mortgage bonds, notarial bonds and bond cancellations.
She is also an admitted Notary Public. She can draft and advise on various notarial deeds such as notarial bonds and long term leases as well as ensure your very important Ante-Nuptial Contract is drafted to guarantee that your specific needs are met. She also specialises in the drafting, registration and amendment of Trusts and anything relating thereto.
Michelle is able to assist in the drafting of Wills and can attend to the administration of deceased estates in an efficient and competent manner.
She has been practising for over 15 years and has gained a broad knowledge and understanding of various areas of the law which is beneficial to all clients.
BSocSci (Hons) LLB (UCT))
Year of Admission as an Attorney: 2005
Year of Admission as a Notary and Conveyancer: 2006
Right of Appearance in the High Court
Post Graduate Certificate in Education 2012
Post Graduate Certificate in Deceased Estates
Areas of Law
- Property Law
- Deceased Estates