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Section 7(3)(a) of the Divorce Act

New Court Judgment Brings Change for Parties Married Out of Community Without the Accrual System On 11 May 2022, the Gauteng High Court in Pretoria made a significant ruling by declaring section 7(3)(a) of the Divorce Act, 70 of 1979 unconstitutional. This section of the act pertains to the division of assets in marriages out […]

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WHAT IS AN APOSTILLE?

Use of Documents Overseas Whenever you need to use an official public document, which is signed in South Africa, overseas, the signature and authenticity of the document needs to be verified before other countries will accept it. Likewise, a document that was signed or created in a different country needs to be authenticated before you […]

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Differentiation between the various matrimonial property regimes in South Africa

Many couples often leave the question of what marital regime would best suit their needs to the last minute when they decide to get married. Often not much thought is given to this important aspect of the intended spouses’ married life. The purpose of this article is to encourage intended spouses to give priority to […]

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Alternative Dispute Resolution: What is it and should I consider it?

Alternative Dispute Resolution (“ADR”) provides a variety of different mechanisms, other than court proceedings, that can be used to resolve a conflict between two or more parties. This includes methods such as arbitration or adjudication, where an independent person gives a determination to bring an end to the dispute (similar to a Judge providing a […]

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Rights of grandparents

The rights of grandparents are often overlooked despite their involvement in their grandchildren’s lives. South African law only gives rights to parents, but the Children’s Act 38 of 2005 (“the Act”) allows interested persons, including grandparents, to establish care and contact rights over a minor.  Legal position in South African Law South African courts prefer [...]

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Protected: Child Relocation and Obtaining the Other Parent’s Consent

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Maintain your rights

Every year South African's have a reason to celebrate Youth Day to honour the courage and sacrifice of the Soweto Uprising youth and celebrate all young people. The unfortunate and difficult truth is that currently, most of the countries youth struggle to find financial freedom as unemployment rates sky rocket.

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The Seven Year Stitch

Every year South African's have a reason to celebrate Youth Day to honour the courage and sacrifice of the Soweto Uprising youth and celebrate all young people. The unfortunate and difficult truth is that currently, most of the countries youth struggle to find financial freedom as unemployment rates sky rocket.

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When The Juice is worth the Squeeze.

Every year South African's have a reason to celebrate Youth Day to honour the courage and sacrifice of the Soweto Uprising youth and celebrate all young people. The unfortunate and difficult truth is that currently, most of the countries youth struggle to find financial freedom as unemployment rates sky rocket.

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Don’t bite the hand that shakes yours. How binding is a settlement agreement?

Every year South African's have a reason to celebrate Youth Day to honour the courage and sacrifice of the Soweto Uprising youth and celebrate all young people. The unfortunate and difficult truth is that currently, most of the countries youth struggle to find financial freedom as unemployment rates sky rocket.

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