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May 11, 2020

Divorce in a time of lockdown – What grounds can you rely on?

The National Lockdown has thrown together many couples not used to spending “24/7” time in each other’s company. Relationships will have strengthened for many couples, but […]
May 11, 2020

In times of great change, make sure your Will is updated!

Particularly in these times of pandemic, deadly infections and uncertainty, no one can ever say with any confidence that we will still be alive tomorrow, or […]
May 11, 2020

Leases, contracts and COVID-19: What is Force Majeure?

The COVID-19 crisis has changed everything. Our personal lives have been upended and our businesses hit hard. And with many businesses operating out of leased premises, […]
May 11, 2020

Conveyancing firms work together

WE ARE PART OF A GROUP OF CONVEYANCING FIRMS PROVIDING INFORMATION, EDUCATION AND SUPPORT TO PROPERTY OWNERS, BUYERS & SELLERS. THIS INITIATIVE BEGAN DURING THE LOCKDOWN […]
April 15, 2020

How to execute a will during physical and social distancing

The Wills Act No 7 of 1953 prescribes how a Will has to be signed by a testator and 2 witnesses for it to be accepted […]
April 7, 2020

What are the benefits of having a valid and up to date will?

During the lockdown period we all have more time to attend to our outstanding personal matters, to attend to long delayed personal admin and to get […]
April 7, 2020

April Quiz!

Quiz Question: Who was the biggest beneficiary of Marilyn Monroe’s estate ? Was it May Reis – personal secretary Gladys Baker – her mother Bernice Miracle- […]
April 3, 2020

Beware the “Common Law Marriage” myth

If you live as a couple, avoid the trap of believing the myth of the “common law marriage”. It’s a very persistent myth, possibly because some […]
April 3, 2020

How to stop an ex-director from competing with you

What happens if relations between you and your fellow company directors sour to the extent that a director leaves? Can he or she immediately open up […]
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