Corné Gersbach

Corné was born in Alberton, Gauteng and matriculated at High School Marais Viljoen. She obtained her LLB degree from the University of Johannesburg. After being admitted as an attorney , Corné joined the firm in 2007. In 2008 she was appointed as a professional assistant, in the same year she was admitted as a conveyancer. In 2009 she was also admitted as a notary.

Corné was appointed as director on 1 April 2015, and she is based in the Tyger Valley branch in the conveyancing department. Corné specializes in estate transfers, subdivisions, consolidations, general transfers, wills and trusts.

Areas of practice:

Conveyancing,
Property & Real Estate
Wills, Estates
and Trusts


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