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Get the best out of your pending divorce case – Tips and Tricks for divorcing couples.

Divorces – Is it possible to increase my chances of getting a fair outcome? Here are some Tips and Tricks to assist you. Divorce cases can be straightforward or riddled with issues. Not only legal issues but also emotional issues, especially when there are children involved. What about the proprietary Continue Reading

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Basic Divorce Guide in South Africa – Summons, Pleas, Discovery and Trial

Basic Divorce Guide for all courts in South Africa Supplied by Adv. Muhammad Abduroaf (LL.B LL.M) (Advocate of the High Court of South Africa) Legal Advice regarding divorces If you want to get divorced from your spouse, I strongly advise that your approach a legal practitioner, or an attorney to Continue Reading

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Divorces in South Africa – A simple guide to understanding how the legal system on divorces works

How does one get divorced in South Africa? Adv. Muhammad Abduroaf unpacks the legal process in a simplified manner. Written by Adv. Muhammad Abduroaf – LL.B LL.M Advocate of the High Court of South Africa Legal Advice on getting divorced If you want to get divorced from your spouse, I Continue Reading

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eNCA interview with Advocate Muhammad Abduroaf on Child Maintenance during the Lockdown

Advocate Muhammad Abduroaf being interviewed by eNCA on 18 May 2020 talking about child maintenance issues during the lockdown Advocate Muhammad Abduroaf highlights the importance of parents paying child maintenance during the lockdown and what parent can do should they be unable to pay it. Click below to view the Continue Reading

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Fathers rights and the issue of them having full custody over their children

Is it possible for an unmarried father to obtain full custody of a 10-year-old child and not the mother? – A simplified family lawyer’s perspective. By Advocate Muhammad Abduroaf There is a common misconception that if a child was born out of wedlock; only the mother can be the primary Continue Reading

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Relocation of Minor Children and Passport Consent Issues – Videos by Advocate Muhammad Abduroaf

Relocation of Minor Children and Passport Consent Issues – Videos by Advocate Muhammad Abduroaf If you are a co-holder of parental responsibilities and rights, you should consent to a minor child obtaining a passport and for the minor child to leave the Republic of South Africa. Watch the videos below Continue Reading

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Parental Rights of Divorced Muslim parents after a Talaq or Faskh

Parental Rights of Divorced Muslim parents who were only married in terms of Muslim Rights (Updated) When Muslim parents divorce, either via a Talak or Faskh, there remains the unresolved issue of their respective parental rights and responsibilities to their children. In other words, with whom should the child reside, Continue Reading

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10 questions parents usually ask Our Lawyer when it comes to custody and care issues regarding their minor children

Frequently asked questions when it comes to parental responsibilities and rights of parents having issues or difficulties in co-caring for their children. As things evolve, so does the legal question surrounding child custody, contact and care. For example, not too long ago, children were generally seen as best being cared Continue Reading

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Negative emotions and lack of self-belief can affect the outcome of your family legal matter – Fight for your rights without fear

Most family law matters come with heightened emotions and stress. It, however, does not always have to be that way. Staying focused and rational is important to get the best results. Many legal practitioners will tell you, the one aspect of family law, that differentiates it from other branches of Continue Reading

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Rights of parents, interested parties and the law – The Children’s Act 38 of 2005

Child Custody, Contact rights and more – Children’s Act 38 of 2005 This article gives a  short introduction to the Children’s Act. The Children’s Act 38 of 2005 was a very welcomed piece of legislation. It assists us in answering many issues relating to Family Law. For example. What are Continue Reading

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