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INTERNATIONAL DIVORCE: TEN QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

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Top Tips to a Ship Shape Debtors Book – ThinkLegal

Top Tips to a Ship Shape Debtors Book – ThinkLegal

In this ThinkLegal Webinar, Cathleen Breedt looks at best practices when it comes to maintaining a healthy debtors book. In particular, she considers pre-emptive measures to prevent debtors’ accounts from spiraling out of control.

Parental Alienation – ThinkLegal Conversation with Leonie Henig

Parental Alienation – ThinkLegal Conversation with Leonie Henig

Parental Alienation is an extremely complex and controversial topic in family law spheres; but what is Parental Alienation and how does it manifest in a family unit? In this ThinkLegal Conversation, Mervyn Vermeulen talks to Leonie Henig, a social worker in private...

Children’s Court 101 – ThinkLegal Webinar

Children’s Court 101 – ThinkLegal Webinar

In this Webinar, attorney Leigh Govender, looks at the Children’s Court in South Africa, and explains some of the core concepts surrounding this unique and extremely important Court.

Children’s Court in South Africa – Ten Questions Answered

Children’s Court in South Africa – Ten Questions Answered

In this ThinkLegal Conversation, Mervyn Vermeulen talks to Leigh Govender, an attorney who specializes in matters relating to minor children, about the Children’s Court. Leigh answers some of the most frequently asked questions surrounding the Children’s...

Understanding Parental Alienation

Understanding Parental Alienation

In this ThinkLegal Webinar, Mervyn Vermeulen explores the controversial topic of Parental Alienation. We look at the following questions: * What is Parental Alienation? * How to identify Parental Alienation? * What are the different types of Parental Alienation? *...

Demystifying Spousal Maintenance – ThinkLegal Webinar – 23 March 2022

Demystifying Spousal Maintenance – ThinkLegal Webinar – 23 March 2022

In this webinar, Mervyn Vermeulen unpacks the concepts surrounding spousal maintenance in South Africa. We look at the following questions: * What is spousal maintenance? * When is spousal maintenance granted? * Do unmarried partners have to pay spousal maintenance?...

Understanding Living Annuities with Jacques Theron

Understanding Living Annuities with Jacques Theron

In this conversation between Mervyn Vermeulen (Attorney) and Jacques Theron (Certified Financial Planner) look at the nature of Living Annuities and the Supreme Court of Appeal judgment of CM v EM (1086/2018) [2020] ZASCA 48. Date: 9 March 2022 Hosts:  Mervyn...

Estate Planning and Divorce in South Africa

Estate Planning and Divorce in South Africa

Estate Planning and Divorce in South Africa Date: 18 February 2022 Hosts:  Mervyn Vermeulen Vermeulen Attorneys In this panel discussion, Mervyn Vermeulen has an in-depth discussion with industry experts around the issue of estate planning, and how it fits in with...

Matrimonial Property Systems in South Africa

Matrimonial Property Systems in South Africa

In this Webinar, presented by Vermeulen Attorneys, we look at the characteristics of the various matrimonial property systems in South Africa. We aim to answer some important questions, such as: What is a marriage in community of property? What is a marriage out of...

Webinar International Divorce

Webinar International Divorce

Mervyn Vermeulen and Chante Mouton tackle the topic of International Divorce Date: 5 November 2022 Hosts:  Mervyn Vermeulen  / Chante Mouton Vermeulen Attorneys

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