• 021 840 8000
  • law@mblh.co.za
  • 08:00 - 17:00 Monday to Thursday
    08:00 - 16:30 Fridays
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Jan van Zyl

Jan van Zyl

Director, Wills & Estates
Phone:  021 840 8000
Fax:  021 840 8088
Office:  Somerset West
 
 

Jan, a director and head of the Wills & Deceased Estates Department, brings almost 20 years of experience and a perfectionistic approach in the drafting of wills and the administration of deceased estates. Currently, Jan is intimately involved with the management of Miller Bosman Le Roux through his involvement in the executive committee of the firm.

Given that Jan has extensive experience in the administration of deceased estates, he has special insight into the importance of having wills drafted and executed properly. Furthermore, Jan also specialises in the drafting of antenuptial contracts, having been responsible for the registration of more than 400 antenuptial contracts in the past 10 years.

For Jan, quality of service, a strong work ethic and his reputation are what matter most. Working closely with colleagues in various departments of the firm, he is able to uphold high standards of service and provide exceptional solutions to his clients, making him a sought-after specialist.

In his spare time, Jan enjoys honing his skills in wildlife and sport photography. He loves travelling and spending time with his wife Kari, a special needs teacher and their two children, Phillip and Lineke.

 
Principal Services:
 
 
 
Qualifications:
 
B.Com
B.Proc
Certificate in Deceased Estates Practice
 
Admission:
 
Attorney of the High Court of South Africa
 
Membership:
 
Cape Law Society
Fiduciary Institute of Southern Africa
 
Community involvement:
 
Chairman of the Body Corporate of the Parc du Links Sectional Title Building
Member of the Governing Body of De Hoop Primary School
De Hoop Primary School Media Team
 
Lecturing & speaking engagements:
 

The importance of having a Last Will and Testament
The duties of an Executor
The administration of deceased estates
The documents that should be in that special file