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Divorce is rarely a straightforward process, and for many, it’s an emotionally draining experience that feels never-ending. However, there are strategies to expedite the process and move forward with your life more quickly. Here are five ways to fast track your divorce.
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Divorced parents often struggle with the allocation of holiday time and contact arrangements. During the holiday season, particularly on Christmas Day, emotions can run high, leading to disputes over who gets to spend time with the children.
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Divorce can be a challenging and emotionally charged process for anyone involved. When one party in a divorce possesses narcissistic traits, the proceedings can become even more complex and contentious.
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In a recent court case the issue of maintenance and the failure to comply with a court order for payment of such maintenance was at the forefront again.
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The Rule of Law follows from the idea that truth, and therefore law, is based upon fundamental principles which can be discovered, but which cannot be created through an act of will.
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When it comes to South African law and legal standing (the ability to sue or be sued), the first question that should be asked is – how old are you?
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After most parents had to juggle working from home, teaching from home, running the home and still taking time to make sure there is love in the home during COVID-19 and 2020, it is important to celebrate these amazing people for all that they have endured.
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Whatever it is, make sure it is in writing. It is only true if you can prove it in court. Death is an unfortunate side-effect of living.
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Summary Judgment is a procedure to assist a Plaintiff in a case where a defendant, who cannot set up a bona fide defence or raise against the Plaintiff’s case an issue which ought to be tried, delivers a notice of intention to defend merely in order to delay the granting of the Plaintiff’s rights.
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