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Family Law & Divorce Lawyers Cape Town

Family law is a personal and sensitive area that must be handled by skilled and proficient experts.

We provide professional advice relating to all aspects of family law, including the enforcement and protection of rights in family, personal relations as well as antenuptial contracts.

Services in this area include:

  • Divorce mediation and divorce lawyers,
  • Separations,
  • Uncontested divorce,
  • Contested divorce,
  • International divorce law,
  • Antenuptial contracts, otherwise known as prenuptial agreements in the United States of America,
  • Maintenance and child support,
  • Children's rights, adoption and custody,
  • Domestic violence,
  • Protection Orders, otherwise known as a Restraining Order in the United States of America.

Bailey Haynes Inc. - Lawyers in Cape Town

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Who gets parental rights and responsibilities for the child?

Often a big question for couples when they decide to get divorced is what happens with their children.

In this article we will look at what does “rights and responsibilities” mean and who has them.

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Posted by Jacques Haynes on Monday, July 30, 2018 Views: 913



Interim Protection Orders explained by our Attorneys in Cape Town

Have you been the victim of verbal, physical or emotional abuse?

If so, there are steps you can take to protect yourself and your property from individuals who intend to cause you harm.

In terms of the Protection from Harassment Act one can approach the Magistrates Court to get protection in the form of an Interim Protection Order which protects individuals from harassment which is not considered a crime.

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Posted by Jacques Haynes on Monday, April 30, 2018 Views: 1305



Corporal punishment - Explained by our Attorneys in Cape Town

What is corporal punishment? It has been defined as “any punishment in which physical force is used and intended to cause some degree of pain or discomfort, however light” by the United Nations Committee.

A National Survey was conducted in which it was found that 57% of parents use corporal punishment as their chosen disciplinary method and 37% of those parents use objects such as belts, wooden spoons etc., to carry out their discipline.

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Posted by SuperUser Account on Wednesday, December 6, 2017 Views: 1160