Practice Areas

How Can We Help You?

MOLOKO PHOOKO ATTORNEYS will be adapting its business in respond to changing provincial, national, regional and global requirements. MOLOKO PHOOKO ATTORNEYS has the capacity and experience to work in the following fields outlined below:


Labour Law

The Labour Relations Act, 1996 (Act No. 17 of 1996) is the principal legislation governing industrial relations in South Africa. It sets out the rights and obligations of both employer and employee. This includes provisions relating to wages, hours of work, working conditions, termination of employment, dismissal, redundancy payments, collective bargaining, strikes and lockouts.

  • Investigation-Disciplinary hearing
  • Prosecution-Disciplinary hearing 
  • Chairing-Disciplinary hearing
  • Representation-Disciplinary hearing 
  • Arbitration, as arbitrator and legal representative
  • Labour Court
  • Labour Appeal Court 

Family Law

The family law system is complex and confusing. It involves many different laws and procedures which must all be followed correctly if you want to get the best outcome for yourself and your family. At the heart of the family law system is the principle of equality between spouses. This means that both parties should be treated equally and fairly throughout the whole process.

  • Divorce
  • maintenance
  • Custody
  • Liquidation of the Joint Estate


The law governing probate varies depending on where you live. In some states, the laws are very strict and require that all assets must go through probate before being distributed to beneficiaries. Other states allow certain assets to bypass probate and go directly to beneficiaries.

  • Estate Administration
  • Wills

Civil and Criminal Litigations

The law is complex and often confusing. This makes it difficult for people who do not understand the law to know how to defend themselves against accusations of wrongdoing. In addition, many people find it hard to get good legal advice when they need it. At our firm we offer free consultations and we will explain your options clearly so that you can make informed decisions about whether to proceed with a case or not.

  • Magistrate Court, Regional Court, High  Court, Supreme Court of Appeal 
  • Eviction applications
  • Appeals and Reviews
  • Bail applications, 
  • Trials

Commercial Law

 Commercial law is the branch of law concerned with contracts, property rights, intellectual property, competition, taxation, insolvency, mergers and acquisitions, employment law, company law, banking law, insurance law, tax law, and many others. It covers the legal aspects of commerce, which includes buying and selling goods and services, and conducting business activities.

  • Negotiation, drafting and vetting of contracts
  • Conducting due diligence
  • Commercial litigation