Specialists in Divorce Law, Labour Law, Debt Collection and Litigation.
At Vermeulen Attorneys, our team of specialists takes pride in providing service that is competent, efficient, and transparent. Our dedicated team of attorneys, candidate attorneys, debt collection agents and paralegals are committed to ensuring that our clients’ best interests are looked after.
Cathleen attained her Law Degree (LLB) from the University of Johannesburg in 2009. She commenced service of Articles of Clerkship in 2010 and was admitted as an Attorney by the North Gauteng High Court on 28 June 2012. On 15 February 2013, she was admitted to appear...
Mervyn Vermeulen attained his Law Degree (LLB) from the University of South Africa (Unisa) in 2010. In 2011 he commenced serving articles of clerkship, and was admitted to practise as an Attorney by the North Gauteng High Court on 23 April 2013. On 3 May 2013 he was...
Chante Mouton attained her law degrees (BA Law & LLB) from the University of Johannesburg in 2011 and 2013 respectively. She commenced her articles of clerkship in 2014 and was subsequently admitted to practise as an attorney by the North Gauteng High Court in...
Areas of Practice
Our debt collection call centre staff and debt collection attorneys ensure that debts are recovered as quickly as possible:
- Call Centre Collections;
- Debt Collection Litigation;
- ITC Listings;
We assist our clients to prepare a proper foundation for their marriage. Our services include:
- Consultation and Advice;
- Drafting of the Antenuptial Contract;
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“Born not from our flesh, but born in our hearts, you were longed for and wanted and loved from the start. This quote is the perfect wording to describe adoption. Adopting a child can be a very joyful experience for a family, however without understanding the process and basics of adoption, the process can be […]
Parenthood automatically results in the obligation of a parent to support a child, this obligation is a common law duty that arises on the child’s birth and is also catered for in section 15(3)(a) of the Maintenance Act 99 of 1998 (hereinafter “the Maintenance Act”). This duty applies regardless of whether the child is born […]
Too often attorneys get approached by an employer or employee who indicates that they are no longer satisfied with their working relationship. However, these parties usually do not want to end the relationship on bad terms and they are desirous of reaching an agreement which both parties are satisfied. WHAT IS A MUTUAL SEPERATION AGREEMENT […]
WHAT CAN AN EMPLOYER DO WHEN AN EMPLOYEE IS ABUSING HIS MEDICAL LEAVE? It happens too often that an employer is faced with an employee who takes more medical leave than he is supposed texpected, but the employee always provides a medical certificate. The question usually arises, whether the employer must just sit back and […]
You have most likely heard the term vetting and not know exactly what it entails. This article will give a better understanding of what the vetting process entails and how it will benefit your company. This article will explain the process in the event of a new client completing a new credit application with your […]
Caveat emptor is a principal inherited from the Roman Dutch law which in broad terms means that any person contracting with another party should read the documents that they sign and ensure that they understand the contents thereof. It is deemed that when a person signs an agreement that he or she knows and understands […]
Section 40, as amended, of the National Credit Act determines which entities or persons must register as a credit provider. Now this seems to be quite obvious, if you are in the business of lending monies you need to register. However, the Supreme Court of Appeal has on the 28th of September 2018, upset the proverbial […]
What to do if you have a client who owes you money, but you can no longer get hold of them? Someone who owes you money and has ‘disappeared’? Well Tracing is a sort of magic on its own. With debtors defaulting on their payments on the rise tracing is the ideal solution if you […]
Section 18 of the Children’s Act, 38 of 2005 places the responsibility on the parents of a child to contribute to the maintenance of the child. This article endeavours in setting out the process of claiming the maintenance your child is entitled to at Maintenance Court. Maintenance is governed by the Maintenance Act 99 of […]
The rights of an unmarried father is a topic that is rarely highlighted or talked about in day-to-day conversations. And so it is often unclear to a man who is not married to the mother of his children as to what his rights truly are. In this article we highlight what paternity is and what […]