Notary | Conveyancer
Sharon commenced her working career in an attorney’s firm in 1987. During this period, Sharon has gained invaluable experience in all areas of an attorney's practice. Sharon was originally appointed by Attorneys Rossouw in 2000 where she soon became the heartbeat of the firm with special emphasis on conveyancing and property law.
While working as a paralegal at attorneys Rossouw, Sharon furthered her studies to acquire a formal legal qualification. In this, too, Sharon has excelled and progressed to where she was admitted as an attorney, notary and conveyancer at the beginning of 2010.
With Sharon's vast experience in all aspects of a legal practice it was a natural and easy decision for her to start the firm of Attorneys West & Rossouw.
Sharon also spearheads the firm's property law and conveyancing department, where it provides its services to a wide client base ranging from foreign property investors, banks, property developers, estate agents and private individuals.
B.Proc University of Pretoria
Certificate in Advanced Trust Law
Danie originally founded Attorneys West & Rossouw’s predecessor when the firm was then known as Rossouw Attorneys in Pretoria in 1994. He relocated to Cape Town in 1996 and being the father of three boys, Danie also has a strong interest in family law.
B Proc University of the Orange Free State
Conveyancer | Cert Deceased Estates
Lize Rossouw was admitted as an attorney in 1997 and joined Danie as a conveyancing attorney following her admission as such and her marriage to Danie in 2000.
Lize holds a B.Proc from the Free State University with an advanced certificate in the administration of deceased estates.
Not surprisingly, with the firm's offices situated right on the famous Cape Argus Cycle Tour route in the picturesque Noordhoek Valley, Danie and Lize both enjoy cycling as a hobby.
They are the proud parents of two boys.
Attorney | Conveyancer
Jean-Luc is true local having grown up in Kommetjie where he lived with his family as the eldest of four siblings. Having matriculated at South African College High School (SACS), Jean-Luc attended the University of Cape Town (UCT) where he completed his Bachelor of Social Science (B.Soc.Sci) degree in 2008. Jean-Luc then pursued a Bachelor of Laws Degree (LLB) at the University of South Africa (UNISA) which he completed in 2013.
He went on to complete the Full Time Practical Legal Training course (LEAD) run by the Law Society of South Africa, from January to July 2014 where he obtained a Certificate for Outstanding Performance. He was then appointed as a candidate attorney with AWR in November 2014 and successfully completed his articles, Attorneys’ Admission Exam as well as his Conveyancing exam at the end of 2015.
Jean-Luc was accordingly admitted as such in February 2016 and remains with the firm as a professional assistant.
He enjoys bodyboarding and is a keen chess player.