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Legal Services

We aim to understand your individual needs and provide tailor-made legal solutions, without compromising the quality of our work.

Divorce and Family Law

There are many reasons why people divorce and each case differs from the other however whatever reasons that may be, same must have brought about the irretrievable breakdown of the marriage. The court may allow mediation in instances where it appears the marriage has not broken down irretrievably and there are reasonable prospects of reconciliation between them.

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Surrogacy is a legal agreement whereby a woman referred to as the the surrogate mother agrees to be pregnant and deliver on behalf of another person(s) who will be the legal parents of the said child upon delivery hereinafter called the commissioning parents. The surrogacy process is regulated by Chapter 19 of the Children’s Act and the parties wishing to explore the route of surrogacy need to comply with the requirements as set out in the Act.

There is a legal agreement referred to as the motherhood legal agreement which have to be entered into by the parties, which sets out the terms, rights and responsibilities of all the parties involved. This agreement has to be made an order of court before the surrogacy process can ensue.

It must be noted that in South Africa, surrogacy is not commercialized like in other countries and therefore it is a requirement that the person who agrees to carry the child on behalf of a person or person does so in her own free will without any expectation of payment. Furthermore, that there must be a medical condition which is irreversible and permanent which makes it impossible for the commissioning to have children.

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Administration of Deceased Estate and Wills

In the event that one dies without a will, the estates will be dealt with in terms of the interstate succession act, which looks at whether the deceased was married, had children and or relatives.
It is always advisable to have a will to ensure that in the event of your death, your assets are distributed as you would wish.
Note that in the absence of a will, someone will be appointed to act as an executor. It is better to appoint a lawyer in this regard.

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Property Law

Property law is the area of law that governs the various forms of ownership and use of property, which can be either real property (land and its improvements) or personal property. Property law deals with the relationships between and among people and things, and how property can be exchanged, protected, and transferred. We deal with property transfers, Sectional Title Contracts, Lease Agreements and help with disputes around ownership.

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The primary purpose of conveyancing is to ensure that the property is transferred in a legal manner and in the relevant Deeds office. In South Africa, only an attorney who is also admitted as a Conveyancer of the High Court can deal with the transfer of property.

The Conveyancer will be responsible for drafting the appropriate documentation and deeds detailing amongst other things, the parties involved , the property in question, the type of transaction [ for example whether it is a sale, or estate], the amount paid etc.

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Notarial Services

A Notary Public is an attorney who is also admitted by the High Court of South Africa to practice as a Notary Public and is authorized to witness signatures, draw and attest contracts and statements authenticate the validity of certain documents. There are other documents that can only be executed by a notary public such as ante- nuptial contracts, post nuptial contracts, cession contracts, et cetera.

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