Our Family Law Department prides itself on providing holistic advice over a wide spectrum of family law related matters whilst at all times maintaining a sensitive approach to often challenging and emotional circumstances. The department offers the benefit of over 20 years’ experience in this field of practice.
We work closely with several service providers including the Office of the Family Advocate, psychologists, social workers, FAMSA, Uviwe Child & Youth Services, SEDRA (The South Eastern Dispute Resolution Association), PE Fertility Clinic and other professionals to ensure an all-encompassing family law service to you.
We provide advice on a wide spectrum of family law services, including the following:
Divorce and interim relief
Guardianship and care of minor children
Contact with minor children
Parental Responsibilities and Rights
Child-care, foster parenting, adoption, detention orders, child abuse and placement of children.
Same-sex rights issues, adoption, contact, parental care, regulation of same-sex relationships, cohabitation and civil unions
Variation of matrimonial property regimes
Rights of cohabitants
Claims relating to alienation of affection, adultery and enticement
Substance abuse and rehabilitation orders
Maintenance claims of children and spouses against deceased estates
Guardianship issues arising from religious and cultural marriages
Antenuptial Contracts and Postnuptial Contracts
International Child Abduction (as regulated by the Hague Convention)
Child mobility and relocation
Family Law Clinic every Thursday from 09h00 to 12h00
As a service to the community, our Family Law department conducts a free 30-minute consultation with anyone who has a family law related query. To make enquiries or arrange an appointment, contact Noeline on 041 363 6044 or firstname.lastname@example.org.