We aim to provide all our clients with a personal, prompt and cost effective service.
We are committed to providing courtesy, specialisation and skill rendered with a high degree of effort, reflecting genuine respect for our valued clients.
Morris Fuller started practising in 1972. In 1992 Mike merged his practice (Hayward Williams) with Morris Fuller & Associates and thereafter the name changed to Morris Fuller Walden Williams.
During 2014 / 2015 Chantele Schutzler, Andrew Leaker, Thuli Ngcobo and Samantha van Rooyen joined Mike and the practice was then known as Morris Fuller Williams.
In 2018 it was decided to form a new practice with Andy McNabb to align the practice with the corporate / banking recovery work that it was now doing with the Daly Group.
We have ten Attorneys namely: Thuli Ngcobo (Director), Mike Williams (Director), Chantele Schutzler (Director), Andrew Leaker (Director), Samantha Van Rooyen (Director, Conveyancer and Notary Public), Sharon Mowat (Attorney) and Alyssa Smith (Attorney), Andy McNab (Director) Morris Fuller (Consultant) Bill Daly (Consultant) Our Candidate Attorneys are Muzi Kheswa, Therusha Naidoo, Elizabeth Snyman and Martyn Lombard. We have a staff complement of 38.
Our staff are carefully selected, highly skilled people who will give value to you and your business. A significant feature of our practice is the fact that our paralegals have in the main, been with Mike Williams or Morris Fuller for upwards of 15-20 years and take great pride in being part of the Daly Morris Fuller team and the firm’s very strong family ethos.
Our firm specialises in Property Law, Sectional Title Law, Commercial Law, Litigation, Collections, Family Law, Labour Law, Criminal Law, Arbitration and Mediation, Estate Planning and Administration of Estates, Licensing and Liquidations.
Our approach is founded on three principles:
Firstly, to achieve constructive cost effective solutions;
Secondly, to build sound and lasting personal relationships with our clients;
Thirdly, a commitment to on-going education and self-improvement.
Our professional staff involve themselves in areas allied to legal practice to broaden their perspectives and to achieve sound optimum solutions for our clients.
It is a current trend to seek a “specialist” to assist with legal problems. While certain areas of the law do require specialisation, being the areas in which we have concentrated our skill and expertise, the overriding principle of sound common sense legal advice remains of universal application. Should you instruct us in a matter which we regard as requiring further specialised advice, we will certainly enlist the assistance of a specialist. This need not necessarily be another lawyer (advocate) and could be e.g. an accountant or forensic auditor.
The law impacts on virtually all aspects of our daily lives, from building a house to buying a hamburger from a franchised fast food outlet i.e. construction law or franchise law.
While we may not have mentioned each and every aspect of the law, our practice can advise you in all areas of the law. We have set out in broad outline those areas of the practice of particular specialisation, but we would welcome the opportunity to be of assistance to you on all matters.
Our success derives from rapid and effective response, and our aim is to constantly enhance our services.