By Sasha Kadish. In a recent case ENM v LTM  ZANWHC 34 at -, a divorcing couple who were married in community of property
By Sasha Kadish Answer: Yes, according to the judgment of R.C v H.S.C (A5033/22)  ZAGPJHC 219 (14 March 2023). In this case, the Court
By Sasha Kadish Section 295 of the Children’s Act sets out guidelines for a court to consider when confirming a surrogacy agreement. The guidelines all
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In the case of Centre for Child Law v Director-General: Department of Home Affairs and Others the Constitutional Court declared section 10 of the Births
Phillipa Susan van Zyl NO v Getz (548/19)  ZASCA 84 The mother of a child asked the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) for a
Source: Shando Theron, Head of the Matrimonial Litigation Department at Theron and Theron Attorneys in Johannesburg. email@example.com or www.divlaw.co.za ) WHAT IS A RELOCATION DISPUTE?
A client asked: I would like some advice please. My partner and I were living together for 5 to 6 years then broke up in