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Holford Jones


About Us

Holford Jones Attorneys, Notaries & Conveyancers is a small boutique Conveyancing, Notarial & General Legal Practice, established by Rosemarie Holford-Jones as a sole proprietary firm and opened doors on 1 July 2011.

The practice has recently relocated and is now based in the beautiful town of Somerset West, Western Cape. 

Holford Jones Attorneys strives to build lasting relationships with all their clients through their attention to detail, regular communication and quick turnaround times.  




Holford Jones Attorneys, has considerable experience in Conveyancing Practice and Property Law. Our services include the Opening of Township Registers and New Developments, Freehold and Sectional Title transfers, Bond Registrations, Subdivisions and Consolidations, drafting of all Property related contracts.

We also have a special interest and experience in the Opening of Sectional Title Registers, Extensions of Sections in Sectional Title Schemes and the Extension of Sectional Title Schemes by the addition of Sections and/or Exclusive Use areas.

Sectional Title Mediation

We also offer mediation services in Sectional Title Disputes and act for either the Body Corporate or the owner. 




We assist our clients with the drafting of Offers to Puchase (movable and immovable), Lease agreements (short and long term), Partnership Agreements, Association Agreements, Employment Contracts and Commercial Contracts.

Family Law

Our services include assisting our clients with Opposed and Unopposed Divorces, Maintenance claims, and variations of divorce orders, Access, Care and Contact with Children and all matters relating thereto.




We atttend to the drafting and registration of Antenuptial contracts, Notarial Bonds, Servitudes and Lease Agreements. 

The drafting of Wills including Mortis Causa Trust and the Preparation and Registration of Inter Vivos Trusts. 

The Notarisation and Authentication of documentation for use in foreign countries with or without an Apostille, notarially certifying documents as true copies of the original.