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Demystifying the Constitutional Court Judgment of KG v Minister of Home Affairs and Others [2023] ZACC 32

Understanding legal judgments can sometimes be a maze for many. In the realms of South African divorce law, the case EB (born S) v ER (born B) and Others and the KG v Minister of Home Affairs and Others [2023] ZACC 32 stand as paramount. It has brought about significant change and discussion in family law circles.

This article endeavours to break down this case, explaining its implications for South Africans and debunking some of the prevailing myths surrounding the judgment.

Why Marrying In Community Of Property Is No Longer The First Option In South Africa

Getting married is a decision that is not taken lightly. However, the ever-growing question remains: how should each party get married? In recent years there has been a decline in couples deciding to get married in community of property. Most of these couples rather...

Questions and Answers – Antenuptial Contracts

What is an antenuptial contract? An antenuptial contract is an agreement which is entered into between two parties who intend to get married. This contract will regulate the patrimonial (property) consequences of the marriage. This means that whatever assets or...

Demystifying the Constitutional Court Judgment of KG v Minister of Home Affairs and Others [2023] ZACC 32

Understanding legal judgments can sometimes be a maze for many. In the realms of South African divorce law, the case EB (born S) v ER (born B) and Others and the KG v Minister of Home Affairs and Others [2023] ZACC 32 stand as paramount. It has brought about significant change and discussion in family law circles.

This article endeavours to break down this case, explaining its implications for South Africans and debunking some of the prevailing myths surrounding the judgment.

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Demystifying the Constitutional Court Judgment of KG v Minister of Home Affairs and Others [2023] ZACC 32

Demystifying the Constitutional Court Judgment of KG v Minister of Home Affairs and Others [2023] ZACC 32

Understanding legal judgments can sometimes be a maze for many. In the realms of South African divorce law, the case EB (born S) v ER (born B) and Others and the KG v Minister of Home Affairs and Others [2023] ZACC 32 stand as paramount. It has brought about significant change and discussion in family law circles.

This article endeavours to break down this case, explaining its implications for South Africans and debunking some of the prevailing myths surrounding the judgment.

read more