Surrogacy laws in South Africa are governed by the Children’s Act 38 of 2005 and mandate court-approved agreements, specify genetic criteria and regulate necessary medical fees to ensure fairness and safeguard all parties involved.
Practical ways to support your children through divorce and joint custody include ensuring smooth handovers and promoting positive relationships with both parents.
Whether you are the applicant or the respondent in a child maintenance case, the following up-to-date checklist can empower you in this legal journey.
The Children’s Act 38 of 2005 offers a legal avenue that grandparents can utilize to seek court orders regarding their grandchildren’s care, contact, or guardianship, recognizing their vital role.
Three types of marriage in South Africa are recognized by law: civil marriage, civil unions, and customary marriages.