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EDIVORCE IS THE MOST POPULAR INTERNET DIVORCE SERVICE IN SOUTH AFRICA.
- THE CREATIVITY IS IN OUR DRAFTING!


Please take note that we do not obtain court orders for divorces and we merely assist in the drafting of the documentation. We also have no affiliation with the entities offering divorce orders as exposed on Carte Blanche.


Step 1

See if you qualify

4 requirements which to qualify for our services

Step 2

Fill in the Online Divorce form

Complete our fairly quick divorce questionnaire

Step 3

Pay to start the Divorce process

Do the once-off payment to start the divorce process online.


About eDivorce

eDivorce was founded in 2009 and is currently owned by Ashleigh Murray-Bates who acquired eDivorce in 2013.

eDivorce strives to provide an efficient and cost effective document - generating service utilising a technology platform that enhances service delivery and customer satisfaction.

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Access To Children

The parent who does not get custody will usually still want to see their children. There therefore needs to be an agreement about when, where and how this parent will have access to the children. If it is not in the best interests of the children for the other parent to have access rights, then the court can restrict access.

Parenting Plans

Section 33 of the Children’s Act 38 of 2005 makes

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Financial Considerations

Retirement, Pension Funds and Annuities in Divorce Proceedings

There have been a number of recent changes that addresses the inadequacies of previous retirement fund legislation when dealing with divorce. In the past, the spouse (usually the wife) who was not a member of the husband’s retirement fund or retirement annuity was treated very badly. The non-member spouse often had to wait many

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Help and Advice

There are a number of institutions in South Africa that provides Divorce Counselling.

How you react to a divorce depends to a large extend on whether you have instigated the ending or not and/or how far you are in the process. Different feelings are associated with different stages.

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The Maintenance Manual

Maintenance is the obligation to provide another person, (for example a minor), with food, housing, clothing, medical care and education, or with means that are necessary for providing the person with these essentials.

This is a legal duty and also called ‘the duty to maintain’ or ‘the duty to support’.

Links courtesy of the South African Government Services

Applica

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Thinking About Divorce

“The ‘D’ in divorce stands for DISASTER, DISTRESS, DANGER, DENIAL, DISEMPOWERMENT, DISRESPECT, DETACHMENT and DESTRUCTION in the dissolution of a marriage.”
Dr. Tanya Robinson in her book, DIVORCE: WHAT ABOUT THE CHILDREN


The saying goes, “…marriage is the leading cause of divorce…” Unfortunately we live in a society where most marriages fail. In

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Maintenance of Spouses in Divorce

There are basically two options regarding spousal maintenance: Where there is an agreement between the parties Where there is no agreement but where the court makes an order for spousal maintenance Where the parties agree on the maintenance Parties in a divorce may enter into a settlement agreement regarding the maintenance that the once spouse will pay to the other. Where the parties only