COVID-19 LOCKDOWN PREVENT CHILDREN SEEING THE OTHER PARENT

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During the first 14 days of lockdown many children were prevented from seeing the other parent. Many parents saw the interest of the children as more important than the danger of being caught by the police. They made a plan to still shift the children from the one parent to the other.  In some cases

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Relocation of Vacationing with your Minor Child Outside South Africa

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Travelling overseas with a minor child for the purpose of a vacation is not as easy as boarding a plane. The legal requirements to travel with a minor child outside of South Africa greatly curtail your freedom and ability to do so. Section 18 of the Children’s Act, 38 of 2005, clearly stipulates that the

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Enforcing Care and Contact Agreement

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There is an old Swahili proverb that says: “When elephants fight, the grass gets hurt”. So similarly, when parents fight the children suffer. This is especially true in instance where one parent uses a child as a tool to inflict hurt on the other parent. In circumstances such as these, we have successfully brought applications

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