Dedication to law firm celebrated

2015-07-15 06:00
DECADES OF SERVICE: Representatives of the Neumann van Rooyen Law Firm with historic service are from the left Henri van Rooyen with 30 years’ service, Johan Fourie with 40 years and André Styger with 20 years.

DECADES OF SERVICE: Representatives of the Neumann van Rooyen Law Firm with historic service are from the left Henri van Rooyen with 30 years’ service, Johan Fourie with 40 years and André Styger with 20 years.

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WITH 40, 30 and 20 years of service respectively, Neumann van Rooyen is celebrating the work anniversary of three of its directors this year.

Johan Fourie has been practising as an attorney for 40 years, Henri van Rooyen for 30 years and André Styger for 20 years.

Fourie was born and bred in Welkom and graduated from the University of the Free State (UFS) in 1971. He returned to Welkom in 1974 to complete his articles of clerkship.

He specialises in debt collection, litigation, family and divorce law, and government law. Fourie has served as a councillor in the Matjhabeng Municipality since 2000.

Van Rooyen obtained his BProc and LLB degrees from the UFS in 1984. He is an admitted attorney, notary and conveyancer and has been practising as such for the past 30 years. He is also a valuator for deceased estates and specialises in general litigation in the Magistrate’s and High Court, commercial and criminal matters.

Van Rooyen served as a councillor in the Matjhabeng Municipality from 1995 to 2012. He is a former president of the Law Society of the Free State, as well as the Law Society of South Africa.

In 1995, Styger was admitted as one of the youngest attorneys, notaries and conveyancers at the time. He immediately entered into private practice and joined the predecessors of Neumann van Rooyen inc. in June 1995 and has since been practising in the firm’s conveyancing, commercial and estate department.

He is an international speaker on business principles and has served as a councillor in the Matjhabeng Municipality since 2000. He also serves on various school and charity boards and is very involved in local community affairs

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