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Sep 23

Cell Phone Hacking, Infidelity and Divorce

Posted by Bertus in moble phone hacking software , mobile phone adultery , listen to husband's phone calls , is hacking a cell phone a criminal offense , infidelity mobile phones , infidelity and tagged adultery divorce , husband cheat hacking phone , how to hack mobile , how to hack husband's cellphone , hacking wife's cell phone , hacking sms , hacking mxit , hacking husband's cell phone , divorce hacking mobile phone , divorce attorney south africa , divorce attorney cape town , divorce attornet cape town , divorce and adultery , cheaters , cellphone hacking divorce , cell phone hacking divorce , cel phone hacking , best divorce attorney cape town , affair divorce , adultery


Hacking your spouse's mobile phone is a criminal offence

Mar 27

Living Together, Cohabitation...

Posted by Bertus in living together and the law , divorce in south africa , divorce attorneys , commoan law marriage , cohabitation contract , cohabitation agreements , cohabitation , adultery , abrahams and Gross


Living Together, Cohabitation, make sure you have an may leave with nothing

Dec 31

Divorce Issues of the Decade a Divorce Attorney's Perspective

Posted by Bertus in why people divorce , Top Divorce Attorney , reasons for divorce , online divorce , internet divorce , finances , divorce reasons , divorce issues of the decade , divorce issues , divorce in south africa , divorce attorney cape town , divorce , celebrity divorce attorney , best divorce attorney , adultery


This past decade has challenged many people in South Africa and around the world with through various emotional events. The outspoken Julius Malema, President Zuma's acquittal, Shabir Shaik's release from prison and the murders of Lolly Jackson and Eugene Terblanche, the 9-11, wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, the Tsunami, the deepest recession since the Great Depression, the sacking of President Mbeki and the first African-American President. Many changes happened in the area of divorce and Family Law as well. The following, in no particular order, are my 10 top divorce and family law related issues since 2000:

Oct 03

Paternity Tests - Can a court force DNA testing to prove paternity?

Posted by Bertus in unmarried father , sexual intercourse , prove paternity , family law , dna testing , divorce attorney , children , blood or DNA , bertus preller , adultery , abrahams and Gross


The case of LB v YD 2009 (5) SA 463 (T)

Jun 29

Facebook and Divorce beware what you post

Posted by Bertus in social networks and divorce , KWJ Inc. , flirting divorce , flirting and facebook , family law attorney , facebook divorce , divorces , divorce status updates , divorce evidence facebook , divorce attorney cape town , divorce attorney , divorce and social networks , cheating spouse , cheating facebook , adultery



Apr 06

DIVORCE Yourself in the High Court or Family Court - Fast and Cost Effective

Posted by Bertus in visitation , primary caregiver , parental responsibility , online divorce , internet divorce , infidelity , How to get divorced , fast divorce , domestic violence , diy divorce , divorce papers , divorce in south africa , divorce forms , divorce fast , divorce cheap , divorce attorney , divorce , custody , cheap divorce , assault spouse , assault children , adultery , access to children


It's sad but true. Nearly 50% of all marriages end in divorce. Adding insult to injury, many times divorce proceedings turn into long drawn out battles where the only people winning in the end are the divorce attorneys collecting their paycheck. There is a way to bypass this and file for divorce online, it is called the eDivorce, South Africa's fastest and largest online digital divorce platform.

Mar 07

Domestic Violence

Posted by Bertus in restraining order , infidelity , edivorce , domestic violence , divorce third party , divorce procedure , divorce online , divorce forms , divorce claim , divorce attorney , divorce action , damages , children divorce , adultery


What is Domestic Violence?

Domestic violence is aggression or violence that happens in the home. In most cases, the violence is carried out by a man against a woman, although not always.

It can happen in any family and in all kinds of homes and includes:

According to the Domestic Violence Act 116 of 1998, domestic violence" means-

- physical abuse;
- sexual abuse;
- emotional, verbal and psychological abuse;
- economic abuse;
- intimidation;
- harassment;
- stalking;
- damage to property;
- entry into the complainant's residence without consent, where the parties do not share the same
  residence; or
- any other controlling or abusive behaviour towards a complainant.

How to get a restraining order:
Step 1

Note all the incidents of domestic violence committed to you or your children on paper. Be clear with dates and times.
Obtain all relevant details of the person whom you want to be protected against, e.g. his/her home and work address and identity number etc.

Step 2
Go to the Domestic Violence Court closes to you. The Clerk of the Court will hand you a document to complete. The document is referred to as an "Application for Protection Order". Use the information you gathered in Step 1 and complete in the document. The document is an affidavit so be sure that what you say is true and correct.

After you have filled in the Application for Protection Order document, the Clerk of the Court will take the completed documents to a Magistrate who would read through it and ask you a couple of questions. The Magistrate will then either:

(a) dismiss your application if there is no evidence that domestic violence is taking place;
(b) grant an Interim Protection Order in your favour which will be finalised on a date provided by the Court where the Respondent will have a chance to give his / her side of the story; or

(c) postpone the matter without granting an Interim Protection Order and provide a date when the Respondent will get a chance to give his / her side of the story.

It is important to note that an Interim Protection Order has no force until it is served on the Respondent.
Step 3

The Respondent has to be informed about the application and the return date. The Clerk of the Court will give you the necessary documents to deliver at a Police Station or sheriff's office in order to serve it on the Respondent.
If the Respondent commits any act of domestic violence towards you, after the order was granted report the matter immediately to the Police and if there is no Interim Protection in place yet, go and report it to the Domestic Violence Court in order to get an order.


Mar 02

Adultery and Divorce

Posted by Bertus in mistress , infidelity , edivorce , divorce third party , divorce procedure , divorce online , divorce forms , divorce claim , divorce attorney , divorce action , divorce , damages , adultery


Adultery may be defined as extramarital sex that wilfully and maliciously interferes with marriage relations which renders the irretrievable breakdown of the marriage relationship. It is often cited as grounds for divorce. In our law, both the married person and the lover will be regarded as adulterers.

Feb 23

Divorce Online with Divorce Forms : Maintenance and Child Support after divorce

Posted by divorceforms in lawyers , divorces , divorce settlement agreement , divorce procedure , divorce papers , divorce lawyers , divorce forms , divorce , attorneys , attorneys , annulment , adultery



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