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;
Browse a variety of our legal articles and find the answer to some of your questions
Many times I encounter individuals that make the assertion that a judgment is only worth the paper its written on. Although this is many times accurate, there is most definitely means and methods to enforce a judgment. Here follow the methods that can be employed and a short description of what each entails. 1. […]
Sexual harassment is a serious matter that needs to be dealt with efficiently and as swiftly as possible to ensure that similar offenses do not occur in the workplace. Employers need to ensure that their policies and procedures are up to date. Employees should also always feel that they can lodge a grievance with any […]
A Grandparent or grandparents often fill the void for children when their own parents are not able to take care of them. Grandparents, having raised their own children before, can provide their grandchildren with significant wisdom and life-lessons which can be cherished. Grandparents are seen as more patient with their grandchildren than their own parents. […]
Have you ever had issues with a clause in your agreement? This could be detrimental to your business, and could cost you money in the long term. In order to safeguard your business against legal action, non-payment and the like, your contract should be drafted in such a way as to ensure that your clients […]
Are you a targeted parent? We look at six signs of possible Parental Alienation. The divorce or separation of parents can have devastating effects on the children involved. Some parents use their power to make children falsely believe that the other parent is bad. Not only does this leave children in a difficult position as […]
The legalisation of marijuana in South Africa has many people scratching their heads as to what exactly it means for employees in the workplace. Whilst some feel that the legalisation thereof is a good thing, some feel that it will not be good for the economy and the work force. The “new” ruling poses […]
To minimize the risk of contracting with bad payers is something that each business owner will want to figure out how to do. Prevention is always better than cure! So take a look at your processes and fix those before attempting to cure an already existing problem. 1. Homework, checks, balances, google, phone Most […]
There are a lot of questions to ask yourself before you dismiss an employee, but we highlight three of the most important ones. In a lot of instances, some employers are too eager to dismiss an employee for some form of misconduct. This has in almost all of those instances, landed the employer in hot […]
A “Family Advocate” is often something parents come across when facing separation, married or unmarried, when they have a dispute over who the care, contact and access of the child or children, will belong to. However, very few parents understand the role, function and benefits of a Family Advocate in family related matters. This article […]
How often do you hear a financial officer of any corporation exclaim in exuberant happiness how under control his debtors book is? Likely never! And the closely succeeding statement would likely be that it seems impossible to collect these outstanding amounts, the likely issue being the financial feasibility or adequate legal assistance. From a legal […]