Warrick de Wet

Warrick founded Warrick de Wet Attorneys in 2010, seeing a niche in the market to establish a firm with a fresh approach to family law and commercial law and drafting.

Warrick matriculated from Milnerton High School, Cape Town in 1987. He studied part-time through UNISA during his 2 years’ military service. Thereafter he enrolled at the University of Natal and obtained his BProc degree in 1994 and his LLB degree in 1995.

Warrick was admitted as an attorney in 1997 and obtained his Right of Appearance in the High Court in 1998. He is a member of the Arbitration Foundation of South Africa.

Warrick specialises in the fields of commercial and family law.

Warrick also has an active social responsibility practice, rendering pro bono services to a number of non profit organisations, such as St Monica’s Children’s Home, Glenwood Christian School, Underberg High School, Destiny Harvest Centre, Trinity Outreach Trust, Open Door Crisis Centre and Rhodes / Zikele Community Projects amongst others.