Robberts Gouws Attorneys was founded by Danielle Robberts and Nicole Gouws in January 2018. The partners met in 2014 during their time as candidate attorneys and a friendship and partnership was born. Robberts Gouws boasts a passionate team of dynamic and highly professional individuals – the driving force behind this boutique Stellenbosch-based practise. The firm's youth affords clients the opportunity to enjoy a fresh approach at problem-solving.
Our outcome-based approach and competitive rates ensure that we deliver effective and affordable results.
At Robberts Gouws, we take a unique and pragmatic approach in order to limit acrimony and minimize the negative effect associated with legal disputes, especially within the family law field. We understand the trying circumstances that our clients face, which is why we dedicate ourselves to building relationships with clients based upon empathy, respect and confidentiality.
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Nicole obtained her undergraduate BA LAW and postgraduate LLB degrees at the University of Stellenbosch and completed her articles at the end of 2015.
She was admitted as an attorney in February 2016 and a Notary Public in June 2017. Nicole is an excellent problem-solver and has a keen eye for detail. She prides herself in the prioritisation and detailed preparation of each legal matter to achieve the best outcome for her clients. Her areas of specialty include family law and related matters, ante nuptial contracts and all other notarial work.
Danny obtained her undergraduate BA LAW and postgraduate LLB degrees at the University of Stellenbosch and was admitted as an attorney in February 2016.
Specialising in family law and related matters, Danny’s pragmatic attitude and solution-driven approach is what sets her apart. She is passionate about matters pertaining to the family unit; and maintains that safeguarding the best interests of the child is of paramount importance in securing the best possible outcome for all parties. She is a registered collaborative law professional with the NACP (National Association of Collaborative Professionals) and has completed FAMAC mediation training.