LEGAL ASSISTANCE FOR SMME’S

By now every business owner has felt the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. You may have already been forced to make an application for relief funding or found yourself in the unenviable position of having to lay-off your employees. While the efforts from government and civil society to assist small, medium and micro enterprises (SMME’s) is certainly appreciated, a realistic outlook should tell you that they cannot shoulder this responsibility indefinitely. 

The pandemic has also brought with it a relentless flood of unreliable information and advice. Business owners therefore find themselves in the difficult position of having to carefully traverse the myriad of regulations and do their best to consider their future and the legal avenues available to them. 

The cumulative effect of all this has been the increased need for specialised and tailor-made legal advice for business owners. 

Through various interactions with business owners, we at Marais Muller Hendricks Inc. (“MMH”) have found that many persons are deterred from seeking legal advice due to the fear of exorbitant costs. As a result we have created a simple mechanism to assist business owners get the basic advice they need. If you are interested please complete the form below and we will contact you to arrange an online or telephonic consultation with one of legal professionals, for a maximum of 20 minutes. The consultation will be conducted on a pro bono basis and there will no charge. 

Our legal professionals are available on most mediums of communication and we will do our utmost to use a medium most convenient to you. During the consultation we will aim to give you as much of an overview of your legal options as we can in the limited time available. We will also provide you with a quote for the services we can offer. You will also have an opportunity to ask those burning business related questions you may have. 

Please complete the Contact Form should you require further assistance. 

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