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How we deal with divorce matters at our law offices With extensive experience in family legal matters, we have found divorce, child custody and child maintenance to be the most commonly dealt with legal matters. By observing its popular demand for effective legal services, we have compiled easily accessible legal pieces containing free, expert legal advice for your convenience. Do feel free to visit our online store in which we make it easy for you to purchase your online consultation in a quick and easy manner. Are you interested in a one on one consultation for your divorce? You can now purchase your divorce consultation by virtue of our online store today. Alternatively, do feel free to contact our law offices on 021 424 3487 for online appointment for a professional legal consultation today. Our law offices are situated in the heart of the buzzing CBD at Suit 702, 7th floor, I want to learn more

Ante-Nuptial Contract – why you should have an ANC professionally drafted

Ante – Nuptial/Pre – Nuptial Agreement Our legal expert at our law offices is a professional legal drafter with years of experiences in legal drafting and offering expert legal advice on specific family law topics. These family legal topics range from: Child Maintenance Ante-nuptial Contact Change Matrimonial Property Regime Child Adoption Child Custody and Access Domestic Violence Protection Family Trust Registration Fast Unopposed Divorces Non-Compliance with maintenance orders Parenting Plans Postnuptial Contract Registration Pre-nikkah Agreement Do you require expert legal advice in any of these topics? Do feel free to give our law offices a call on 021 424 3487 for an online appointment today. Once parties have decided to enter into a marriage, they may do so by having an Ante-Nuptial Contract legally drafted which will also be an indication of how they would want their assets to be governed. Should parties decide to enter without an ANC, they will I want to learn more

How the Children’s Act is relevant to the parenting plan

The parenting plan as an agreement between two parents If you are looking to have a parenting plan professionally drafted with our legal expert at law offices, then you have come to the correct place. Our Lawyer Pty Ltd is in the heart of the CBD, located in a central setting for your conveniences. Enjoy our free Wi-Fi and expert legal advice from the legal expert on board who will be advising you though the process. Parenting Plans As for drafting your parenting plan, we able to tailor your parenting plan according to the unique circumstances in a manner that will benefit both. The aim when drafting a parenting plan is to ensure that the children gets maximum benefit from both parents so that they don’t feel lost in the process of a divorce. Lets face it, divorce is as hard as it is and even more so, when children I want to learn more

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Family Law Attorneys Cape Town Experts: What is a family law Attorney and how can a family Attorney be of help to you? First of all, when dealing with a legal matter such as divorce, child maintenance, child custody etc, it is important to seek the proper legal advice from a professional within the field. A family law Attorney does just that! Our law offices are situated in the heart of the bustling CBD in a central, safe setting for your convenience. Our legal expert has extensive experience in the field of family law which is classified in number of essential aspect: Ante-nuptial Contracts Changing your Matrimonial Property Regime Child Maintenance / Support Child Custody / Visitation / Access Divorce Domestic Violence Parenting Plans If you have a question on any of the topics mentioned in the links above, go ahead and click on it, and post your question. As I want to learn more

Parenting plan and the Children’s Act

Parenting plan in terms of the Children’s Act A parenting plan becomes relevant when parents cannot reach an agreement on how they should be splitting their responsibilities towards their child/children. However, the High Court prefers having parents trying to establish a common ground first through mediation services or mutual understanding before resorting to the court. The aim of mediation is to try and settle a dispute out of court and help the two parties establish an understanding regarding their children. In terms of the Children’s Act; it is aimed at preserving the child’s best interests and not that of the parent’s. It therefore encourages parents to fulfill their duties and responsibilities towards their children even after divorce. For more on professional legal drafting on parenting plans, call our law offices for an online appointment for a professional legal consultation today. How to draft a parenting plan Drafting a parenting plan I want to learn more

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