Quintessential Cape Town: Affordable legal services a posibility at Caveat Legal

Caveat Legal offers affordable quality legal services from experienced lawyers to those in need of legal representation.

Founder and CEO Yvonne Wakefield, says she discovered a trend practiced in the UK, where lawyers have found creative ways to provide legal services and decided to try it out in South Africa.

Caveat Legal has been in business for the past five years.

They have a panel of about 50 commercial lawyers who operate independently and consult directly to businesses, says Wakefield.

We stripped away all the bells and whistles and we provide an infrastructure that you pay when you go to the big firms.

Yvonne Wakefield, Founder and CEO of Caveat Legal

Our clients pay about half of what they pay for exactly the same quality of legal service

Yvonne Wakefield, Founder and CEO of Caveat Legal

Caveat Legal covers all the commercial fields like technological and construction work but do not do any litigation work, conveyance and Civil law.

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