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Why We Are The Best

Muma & Kanjama is a full-service law firm, which has been in operation for eight years. Established in 2006,  MK Advocates has positioned itself as a leader in ethical legal practice in Kenya. Starting off with two partners, the firm now calls upon over ten highly driven and talented legal brains. Our lawyers have diverse specialization, a clear manifestation of their love for the law and the ability to understand Clients’ legal and commercial objectives, ability to oversee all necessary procedures and documentation and to provide comprehensive solutions for our Clients’ legal issues. 

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Featured Areas of Practice

The Firm is involved in all aspects of dispute resolution including Litigation, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Family and Criminal practice and Debt Collection Departments. The practice area is headed by Charles Kanjama.

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Our professional legal team possesses a unique advocacy practice to represent our clients before national courts and arbitration. With our solid work philosophy our clients are assured of our ability and vision to succeed. We take every determination in developing and sustaining relationships and occasionally request the advice of eminent professors of law for distinct cases. With our growing client base, Muma & Kanjama can guarantee the security of your transactions be it litigation, commercial, financial or otherwise as the Firm is committed to ethical practice, honesty and professionalism. 

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Fight For You in Court

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