How much child maintenance should fathers pay?
At our law offices, we are often confronted with this question which is why we have introduced our child maintenance calculator. This legal product is mostly for our mothers who are unsure of how much child support they should be receiving from the father. Do not despair. We know that all of this can be pretty daunting for the first time fathers learning about child support. With that being said, we have put together some professional, free online legal services for our single fathers.
Feel free to click on the following links below for some expert advice:
- How to Apply for Child Maintenance at Court – Step by Step Guide and Advice
- Child Maintenance Question. How much should I pay or contribute as a parent?
- Child Support or maintenance claims. Does an unemployed father pay?
- Non-compliance with Maintenance Orders — Civil and Criminal Remedies
- Tricks and tips on how to win your child maintenance case
Are you interested in any of our legal services? Do feel free to contact our law offices on 021 424 3487 for an online appointment for a professional legal consultation today. Our law offices are situated in the heart of the buzzing CBD at Suite 702, 7th floor, The Pinnacle, Cape Town.
Divorce, child custody, child maintenance, visitation rights – this can all be daunting to the single father!
We have fathers coming to visit our law offices on a regular basis – asking us: What do we do from here? How do I obtain visitation rights? Am I entitled to child custody?
These are the common concerns our single fathers face and therefore, we have put together well thought out, free expert advice articles that can help you put things into perspective. Simply click on the links below:
- Child custody visitation access- questions and answers
- Child custody frequently asked questions
- Father refused contact to his child. What are his rights?
- Father’s parental responsibilities and rights to his child.
- How do I get full custody over my child?
- Parental child abuse in custody cases- Cape Town
- What does it mean when you have primary residential custody?
- What happens in a case custody dispute when one parent is mentally ill?
Parental rights in South Africa
The court can grant an order that can limit parental responsibilities and rights, depending on the nature or circumstance of the matter of course. However, when the court does make these changes, they will consider what’s in the child’s best interests.
When terminating parental responsibilities and rights, the court will:
- What is best for the child rather than parents
- The relationship between the child and guardian
- The dedication the guardian has shown to taking care of the child and
- Other factors that may be relevant to the court.
For more on your parental rights and child custody legal advice, call our law offices today and have an online appointment made for you for a professional legal consultation. Connect with us today!
Our Family Law Clients
We firmly believe in family relations and the need to protect and enforce it when necessary. Therefore, proper legal advice must always be provided. This we strive to ensure. Although we are based in Cape Town, we offer legal advice and legal services to clients throughout South Africa. This we do as we believe in providing high-quality legal services to everyone who requires it.
Have a family Law appointment with us
We have an online appointments system which enables you to save valuable time and cut straight to the chase. There is, therefore, no need for you to visit our offices (unless it is best for you to do so, or is your most preferred option).
You may set up telephonic or video consultations should you wish to do so. You can, therefore, stay in the office or on the couch in the comfort of your own home when dealing with us. We are therefore physical, online, set-up and ready to meet with you. Make your appointment online for a consultation today.
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Visit our child custody and maintenance site for additional information.