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

Parental plans – parental responsibilities and rights

Parental responsibilities and rights agreement The ultimate objective of the Children’s Act is to protect the rights of children and ensure that they grow up within a safe, healthy environment and home. The Act also covers the rules and regulations surrounding adoption as well as parental responsibilities and rights that parents must fulfill towards the child. For more expert legal advice on the Children’s Act, speak to the legal expert today and have a professional legal consultation set up for you. call our law offices for an online appointment for a professional legal consultation today. Parenting plan in terms of 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 I want to learn more

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