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Global Fair Divorce Day – 25 June 2021

Global Fair Divorce Day – 25 June 2021

The Fifth Annual Global Fair Divorce Day, is on Tuesday, 25 June 2021 Participation is World-wide and FREE . Divorce Can and Should be FAIR! Join us in fighting all unfair divorce tactics and creating awareness of fair ways to divorce. There is no need for separating or divorcing couples to be at war with […]

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21 Ways Cultural Diversity Impacts Divorce

21 Ways Cultural Diversity Impacts Divorce

21 May is World Day of Cultural Diversity and to commemorate that, let’s look at the role cultural diversity plays in our relationships, families and communities especially when going through separation and divorce. Diversity is a great thing. It enriches our relationships and widens our horizons. Opposites attract and it’s super exciting to get to […]

21st May 2021 | By More
Divorced and Blended Family Challenges

Divorced and Blended Family Challenges

Discussions about the biggest challenges divorced and blended families face with practical advice, valuable insights and helpful tips for family members.

14th May 2021 | By More
67 Questions about Divorce

67 Questions about Divorce

. “Generally speaking, there are two kinds of learning: experience, which is gained from your own mistakes, and wisdom, which is learned from the mistakes of others.” – John Maxwell . On Mandela day (18 July), I set out to answer 67 questions about divorce, as my goodwill contribution. It took several days of diligent […]

22nd July 2019 | By More
21 Fair Divorce Lessons

21 Fair Divorce Lessons

21 Fair Divorce Lessons (extracts from the book by divorce mentor, Sinta Ebersohn) 25 June was Global Fair Divorce day and in my book, 21 Fair Divorce Lessons (which will be published soon), I offer 21 significant elements that ensure a fair separation and divorce. Here are the first three: Choose the right process: Litigation […]

24th June 2019 | By More
October Give-Away 2018

October Give-Away 2018

Here is our Give-Away for October 2018 Financial dependence / independence is probably one of our biggest concerns during divorce. Ilze Alberts, author of PASSING the TORCH has generously donated two autographed copies of her book, one of which will be kept in our Library and the other one will be given away in a lucky […]

25th October 2018 | By More
Claiming Maintenance Outside South Africa

Claiming Maintenance Outside South Africa

South Africa has reciprocal enforcement agreements with several countries, so maintenance can be claimed from a person living in those countries. Where one of the parties reside in a proclaimed country or territory under this agreement, the process of claiming maintenance between the two countries can be followed through diplomatic channels. It takes approximately 12 […]

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Divorce by Occupation

Divorce by Occupation

A recent study using data from a 2015 American community survey, revealed statistics about the relation between different occupations and the divorce rate. Some jobs do have higher divorce rates than others. Although people tend to stay single longer and marry later in life or not at all, the divorce rate remains high all over […]

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Organised Communication for Divorced Parents

Organised Communication for Divorced Parents

Not only will this tool simplify your life as a single parent, it will reduce conflict and make your children happy! It is already being used by more than 100 000 families in over 100 countries worldwide. . . 2Houses helps you to organise your schedule and keep track of all activities, manage your expenses […]

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Children’s Rights to Parental Care Protected, but at Whose Expense?

Children’s Rights to Parental Care Protected, but at Whose Expense?

Sport24 article refers: Ex-Proteas star Cullinan convicted over child maintenance The good news is that two children’s basic right to parental care from both parents, have finally been protected by the court, as it should be. But the bad news is that the State neglected its duty to protect children’s rights in the first place: […]

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