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A. Parker & Associates

A Parker & Associates is a prominent law firm situated in Cape Town’s new business hub, Century City.

Since our move to Century City nearly two years ago, our firm has gone from strength to strength and have adopted a very good reputation in the legal industry.  We believe that clear communication, excellent service and a quick turnaround time is that sets us apart from our colleagues.  These are a few of the elements that have made us one of the top performing firms in the Western Cape.

Director, Ashraf Abdulrahiman Parker, has a B Proc degree which he obtained at the University of Western Cape.  He has been practising as an attorney for approximately twenty one years, during which he has been involved in an extraordinary amount of collection matters.  Due to his many years of experience, you may be rest assured that your business is dealt with promptly and expertly.  A. A. Parker is also a member of the BCA (Black Conveyancer’s Association) and complies with the BBBEEE requirements.

A Parker & Associates has a resourceful team of skilled lawyers who practice law with an exceptional fervour.  We are a full service law firm committed to excellent service, personal and elevated quality support and efficient solution-orientated results. 

Address

  • Street: Suite G06 Rostra House, Century City
  • Postcode: 7441
  • City: Cape Town
  • Province: Western Cape
  • Country: South Africa

Contact

  • Telephone: 021 5529010
  • E-Mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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