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Arrear Maintenance – How to collect yours

Section 26(1) of the Maintenance Act, 1998, provides: (1) Whenever any person- (a) against whom any maintenance order has been made has failed to make any particular payment in accordance with that maintenance order; or (b) against whom any order

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PROBLEME MET TOEGANG – WORD JY TOEGANG TOT JOU KINDERS OF KLEINKINDERS GEWEIER?

PROBLEME MET TOEGANG – WORD JY TOEGANG TOT JOU KINDERS OF KLEINKINDERS GEWEIER? Dis gewoonlik tydens die feesseisone wat almal planne maak vir om tyd saam met hul families te spandeer, en dit is gewoonlik ook gedurende hierdie tyd wanneer

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Access Problems – Can’t see your children or Grandchildren?

Access Problems – Can’t see your children or Grandchildren?   As we approach the festive season when everyone is making plans for their annual year end break and it is that time when blended and separated families run the risk

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Why marry and not just live together

Why marry and not just live together   The marriage is currently the only social / legal institution that protects the rights of social partners or spouses, as they are called inside marriage, without having to enter into additional agreements,

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Protecting the Elderly – Using the Power of Attorney vs Curatorship

Protecting the Elderly – Using the Power of Attorney vs Curatorship Protecting the vulnerable in the community is essential in any society. It is  not only women and children who are the subject of society’s to abuse but the elderly

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Termination, extension, suspension or restriction of parental responsibilities and rights – Section 28

Termination, extension, suspension or restriction of parental responsibilities and rights – Section 28 Circumstances may arise such as the abandonment or disappearance of a parent which causes problems in and with the exercise of the parental responsibilities and rights and

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DADS -SAPS AND ACCESS

What to do when access is denied -  the role of the police

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THE VOICE OF THE CHILD IN LEGAL MATTERS –CURATOR AD LITEM

It often happens in cases where the two parents are so actively enmeshed in a war over the children that they do not hear the cry of the children and it is the nature of this high conflict litigation between

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GUARDIANSHIP

GUARDIANSHIP The word guardianship like the word custody conjures up many emotive issues especially in the Divorce arena and in the struggle for power between spouses. Custody is no longer the issue we now talk about care and contact but

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GRANDPARENTS and ACCESS –The right to see your grandchildren.

GRANDPARENTS and ACCESS –The right to see your grandchildren. Grandparents often receive the fallout from their chidren’s divorces – limited, restricted or no access to their often beloved grandchildren, In the past the law and the justice system were often

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