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Jun 25
2011

One of Cape Town's best Divorce Attorney shares information on Antenuptial Contracts or Prenup Contr

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Newswire-CT tapped the brain of Bertus Preller one of Cape Town's best divorce and family law attorneys on Antenuptial or Prenup Agreements. Bertus Preller is based in Cape Town and has more than 20 years experience in most sectors of the law. He specializes in Family law and Divorce Law at Abrahams and Gross Attorneys Inc. in Cape Town and litigates in divorce matters across the country. He is also the Family Law expert on Health24.com and on the expert panel of Law24.com and is frequently quoted on Family Law issues in newspapers such as the Sunday Times and Business Times. His clients include celebrities, actors and actresses, sportsmen and sportswomen, television presenters and various high net worth individuals as well as ordinary people. He has a deep passion for matters involving children. His areas of expertise are Divorce Law, Family Law, International Divorce Law, Divorce Mediation, Parenting Plans, Parental Responsibilities and Rights, Custody (care and contact) of children, same sex marriages, unmarried father's rights, domestic violence matters.

May 15
2011

Divorce checklist for women, what women need to know in divorce?

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Divorce, what women need to know?

Feb 05
2011

Change your Will after divorce, if you don't your ex may inherit your estate

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It happens frequently that a spouse  nominates the other spouse as a beneficiary in his or her will. If the spouses subsequently divorce, the question arises whether the former spouse will still inherit in terms of the will. If the testator changes his or her will to disinherit his or her ex the position is clear and the former spouse will not inherit. But the problem comes in where the testator does not change his will. This is governed by Section 2B of the Wills Act 7 of 1953. It provides that if a testator dies within 3 months after his/her divorce any will he or she executed prior to the dissolution of the marriage will be implemented as if his/her ex spouse had died before the dissolution of marriage. In other words, the ex spouse will be deemed to have died before the dissolution of the marriage and will thus not inherit.

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