Annele King

Annelé grew up in Meyerton, Gauteng. She matriculated from Hoërskool Dr Malan, where she was deputy head girl. Annelé was part of the school’s debate team, and was a keen ballerina and pianist.

Annelé completed her LLB degree at the University of Pretoria in 2007. She was admitted as an Attorney in 2009, and as a Conveyancer and Notary Public the following year. Annelé joined DKVG as an Associate in 2016, and was appointed as a Director in 2023.

Annelé is based at the Tyger Valley branch, where she practices in the conveyancing department. She has a wealth of experience in conveyancing and notarial work. Annelé is well versed in the registration of antenuptial contracts and authentication of documents for use abroad. She also specialises in the registration and cancellation of bonds: both residential mortgage bonds and development bonds.

In her spare time, Annelé enjoys going to the gym, keeping fit and healthy, and spending time with her family.

Areas of practice:

Property & Real Estate

Related Articles

July 5, 2024

To Mediate or Litigate – Finding a Resolution to Business Disputes

Introduction In the world of business, a complex and intricate ecosystem characterised by the need for effective communication, collaboration and problem-solving, disputes are inevitable. The nature of such disputes may […]
June 10, 2024

Siblings Feuding Over a Business: Can You Get a Domestic Violence Protection Order?

“It is the purpose of this Act to afford the victims of domestic violence the maximum protection from domestic abuse that the law can provide” (Domestic Violence Act) When sibling […]
January 31, 2024

A Valentine’s Day Thought for Life Partners: What is a “Universal Partnership”?

“Marriage is the chief cause of divorce” (Groucho Marx) This Valentine’s Day, think about the legal aspects of your romantic relationship. They’re a lot less exciting than the traditional declarations […]
October 30, 2023

How Does the New Divorce Act Ruling Affect You?

Media reports of the recent Constitutional Court decision holding a section of the Divorce Act unconstitutional and giving Parliament 24 months to remedy that haven’t always been clear about who […]
October 2, 2023

Dementia: Understanding Your Legal Options

“Dementia is the plague of our time, the disease of the century” (Unattributed) Dementia is a widespread medical condition that affects people of all ages but particularly the elderly, and […]