Welcome to Hugh Raichlin Attorneys, Notaries and Conveyancers.
Hugh Raichlin Attorneys was established in 1992 and enjoys a sound reputation with colleagues and clients. The firm has been successful in a number of reported judgements which have contributed significantly to the development of South African Common Law. At Hugh Raichlin Attorneys, we pride ourselves on providing focused legal services of high quality to both private and corporate clients.
About Hugh Raichlin
Hugh Raichlin has been involved in corporate training for a number of years and runs workshops for clients at their premises demystifying the legal process and the costs involved in litigation.
Runs workshops for property managers and credit controllers on all aspects of landlord-tenant law and presents interactive workshops for property brokers dealing with issues pertaining to the obtaining of mandates and establishing effective cause in property transactions.
He has had extensive experience over the course of the past 33 years in private practice in the sphere of commercial litigation in both the Magistrates Court and High Court.
Drafting commercial agreements, providing legal advice in a wide area of family law including divorce, drafting ante-nuptial contracts and wills as well as the drafting and registration of family Trusts, winding up deceased estates, drafting lease agreements and dealing with all aspects of landlord-tenant law as well as acting for property brokers in the recovery of commission claims.
Hugh Raichlin is an Associate Member of the Association of Arbitrators, and is also a qualified mediator, having qualified with an internationally recognized accreditation through the London School of Mediation. He is a mediator in the areas of divorce, workplace and commercial disputes.
SABC talks to Hugh Raichlin about South Africa’s high divorce rate.
In a survey commissioned by the Marriage Foundation, results show that 60% of couples are happy in their relationship for one year prior to their break up. According to the study, boredom and a lack of communication are some of the main culprits that ultimately lead to divorce.