Kuilman Mundell and Arlow Attorneys, Notaries and Conveyances is a small niche-based firm specialising in all aspects of property law as well as ante-nuptial contracts and administration of estates and commercial matters.
The firm was founded by Peter Kuilman on the 1st of April, 1988 and since then the firm has grown from strength to strength. In 1991 Peter was joined by his university colleague, Patrick Mundell and the firm changed its name to Kuilman Mundell.
In 1997, Peter left to pursue commercial interests overseas but remained a consultant to the firm.
Patrick continued to practise as a sole practitioner until 2005 when Bernadette Arlow, who had made her way up through ranks of the firm, was appointed as a partner and the firm assumed its current name of Kuilman Mundell and Arlow.
Patrick was admitted as an attorney in 1983 and spent some time with at City of Johannesburg where he was exposed to a wide range of town planning and local government matters which now form an important part of his legal background and expertise.
Bernadette Arlow started with the firm as junior secretary. With her passion for law she studied part time until she became a qualified attorney, notary and conveyancer. Today she heads up the Conveyancing department of Kuilman Mundell and Arlow Attorneys, Notaries and Conveyances.
The firm’s philosophy is to provide a personal service to its clients. In order to meet extraneous needs of clients not covered by their areas of speciality of the partners, the firm practises in association with Matthew Kerr-Phillips Attorney who specialises in litigation.