Family Law2022-06-09T09:52:21+02:00

We know how difficult it can be to navigate family and matrimonial legal matters. Our family law department has extensive experience in dealing with these matters in a sensitive and compassionate way.

We pride ourselves in providing exceptional legal advice and support in all areas relating to family law. Our breadth and depth of experience ensure an empathetic and effective approach to the difficulties you face. Our team is able to provide the necessary expertise to help you with all your family-related legal affairs.

Our Family Law services include:

  • Antenuptial contracts and changes in matrimonial property regimes
  • Mediation
  • Unopposed and opposed divorces
  • Rule 43 applications
  • Enforcement of orders
  • Domestic violence advice
  • Applications for protection orders
  • Advice regarding parental rights and responsibilities
  • Variation of maintenance orders
  • Surrogacy
  • Adoptions

Our Family Law Legal Team

Qualified attorneys taking care of your family law matters

From Our Blog

Common law marriages in South Africa – Misconceptions and alternative options

There is a misconception amongst many South Africans, that if two people who are in a relationship reside together for a certain period of time, they are automatically deemed to be married “in the eyes of the law”, even without having formally entered into a civil marriage. This is referred to as a “common law” marriage, and whilst it is [...]

By |13 November 2023|

Everything You Need to Know About Marriage in Community of Property

Are you planning to get married in South Africa? Understanding the legal aspects of marriage is essential to make informed decisions. One popular marital regime in South Africa is the community of property, which brings both assets and debts under joint ownership. In this article, we will walk you through everything you need to know about marriage in community of [...]

By |8 November 2023|

High Court rules that any parent is entitled to four months parental leave

Sections of the Basic Conditions of Employment Act (BCEA) and the Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) Act have been found to be in violation of the constitution as they display unjust discrimination when it comes to "maternity leave." This discrimination affects mothers, fathers, surrogate parents, and those who adopt children. Judge Roland Sutherland of the Johannesburg High Court has temporarily suspended [...]

By |26 October 2023|

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