Specialising in Family LawNavigation
The Daily Mail UK online published an article on the 29th of April 2015, setting out some startling statistics pertaining to the incidences of social media being cited as the catalyst which led to a divorce (the statistics were compiled by the law firm Slater and Gordon)....Read More
This issue is very closely related to the parental responsibilities and rights of unmarried fathers so a good starting point is to analyse what the Children’s Act 38 of 2005 says about the responsibilities of unmarried fathers towards their children. Firstly, section 19 of the...Read More
South African law automatically gives full parental responsibilities and rights to a child’s biological mother. But what rights do fathers have? The biological father of a child also has full responsibilities and rights if his is married to the child’s mother or if he was...Read More
Gillian's goal is to ensure fair outcomes for her clients and to educate them about the impact the law has on their specific issues.
When faced with the choice of either pursuing a career in law or classical music, Gillian chose law and embarked upon a career that has become both a passion and an ongoing personal challenge.
The aim of this blog and its contents is to highlight topical issues pertaining to family law, to give people food for thought and to provide some understanding of the legal issues impacting the area of family law.
We pride ourselves on being a tight-knit group of self-motivated and competent attorneys with a commitment to the attainment of service excellence.
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