How does a law firm thrive for over 100 years? The answer is to provide a full-service firm of attorneys rooted in a century of talent, adaptability and perseverance.
Woodhead Bigby Attorneys has a solid and diverse team of attorneys, conveyancers and notaries public who take pride in offering top-tier legal advice. Their services cover the practice areas from litigation, corporate and commercial law, property and conveyancing, estates and trusts, to employment and labour law. Specific service offerings within these practice areas include mergers and acquisitions, court litigation, property disputes, property transfers and mortgage bond registrations, estate planning, deceased estate and trust administration, and employment law disputes, to name a few.
This year Woodhead Bigby celebrated a century of legal excellence. Built on generations of wisdom, this milestone has not been reached by chance but rather by careful strategy, diligence, inclusivity, diversity and bestowed knowledge.
It takes considerably more than a pedigree and qualification to persevere and thrive in a highly competitive profession. Adaptability, continual development, cultural inclusion, and an emphasis on constant improvement are rated before becoming bigger.
This attitude has helped forge a robust resilience to changing times, changing laws and evolving political landscapes. The firm has remained focused on a steadfast purpose: a regional firm that aims to build relationships and a trustworthy reputation.
In fulfilment of that, Woodhead Bigby has amply maintained its dependable foundations throughout the years.
The longevity of this Durban-based firm has its roots in diverse legacies that run through it. The family-oriented foundations are undoubtedly a defining trait. Decades worth of invaluable practice experience has been passed legal figures who have served the firm through the years.
The firm’s achievement of 100 years is led by the firm’s current managing director Scott Bigby and his co-directors, Russell MacDonald, Joanne Taylor, Ian Johnson, Yadhya Bissasser, Samantha Subiah, Kovishthra Naidoo, dynamic siblings James Bigby and Margaret Bigby and its latest addition, Anubhav Laalje.
Reflecting on the significance of 100 years, the firm wishes to express profound gratitude to all the clients and its diverse staff who have played a vital role in the journey thus far. Looking forward, we are excited to discover what the future holds and to uncover opportunities to gain further wisdom and to continue making a difference for the better.
These times of rapid change are a catalyst for adaptability, progress, and bringing enticing legal challenges that provide powerful motivation. Having proved its endurance, Woodhead Bigby’s commitment to dependable legal services and client relationships remains unwavering.
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