Uncontested divorce services

Need help with Uncontested divorce services?

Divorce Assessment, Legal Support, Document Preparation, and Filing Assistance


Vetted and experienced

hero - Divorce Lawyers

The Uncontested divorce services process

  • Quick resolution of legal matters.
  • Less expensive than contested divorce.
  • Reduced stress and conflict.
  • Finalized without court appearance.
  • Confidential and private process.
  • Simplified paperwork and documentation.

What is Uncontested divorce services?

Uncontested divorce under South African law refers to a divorce where both parties agree to the divorce and the terms thereof. Services facilitate a smoother, more efficient process.

Learn More

FAQ for Uncontested Divorce Services

What is an uncontested divorce?

An uncontested divorce is when both parties agree to the terms of the divorce, including division of assets, child custody, and support. There is no dispute or disagreement between the parties, and the divorce can be finalized quickly and easily.

Can I get a divorce without going to court?

Yes, if your divorce is uncontested, you can avoid going to court. However, you will still need to submit the necessary paperwork to the court and have a judge sign off on the divorce decree.

How long does an uncontested divorce take?

The timeline for an uncontested divorce can vary depending on the court's schedule and the speed at which the paperwork is completed and submitted. Generally, an uncontested divorce can take anywhere from 2-6 months to finalize.

What are the advantages of an uncontested divorce?

An uncontested divorce is generally quicker, less expensive, and less stressful than a contested divorce. It also allows both parties to maintain more control over the outcome of the divorce, rather than leaving it up to a judge.

What if my spouse and I can't agree on everything?

If you and your spouse cannot agree on everything, your divorce will be considered contested. This will require going to court and having a judge make decisions on the disputed issues.

Can I use your services if my divorce is contested?

No, our services are only for uncontested divorces. If your divorce is contested, you will need to hire an attorney to represent you in court.

Do I need to hire a lawyer for an uncontested divorce?

No, you do not need to hire a lawyer for an uncontested divorce. However, it may be helpful to consult with a lawyer to ensure that your rights are protected and that the terms of the divorce are fair.

What is included in your uncontested divorce services?

Our services include preparing and filing all necessary paperwork with the court, providing guidance on the divorce process, and ensuring that all legal requirements are met for your divorce to be finalized.

How much do your uncontested divorce services cost?

Our fees for uncontested divorce services vary depending on the complexity of your case and the services you require. Please contact us for a personalized quote.

Divorce lawyers in South Africa handle legal matters related to the dissolution of marriages and the associated legal issues such as spousal support, child custody, and division of assets. Divorce law in South Africa is primarily governed by the Divorce Act of 1979. This act provides the legal framework for divorce proceedings and the resolution of related matters. The Law Society of South Africa, along with its provincial branches, oversees and provides guidance to divorce lawyers. To find more information about divorce law and the Law Society of South Africa, you can visit the following links:

  1. Divorce Act: https://www.justice.gov.za/legislation/acts/1979-070.pdf
  2. Law Society of South Africa: https://www.lssa.org.za/

Divorce Lawyers Ready To Help

How it works

Step 1 - Fill in the form

Set up a free Chat Legal account and tell us what you need via an easy online form

Step 2 - Get a quote

We’ll generate a free, verified quote based on your needs

Step 3 - Success

Approve the quote and get the best lawyer for your business

Other Services Offered by Divorce Lawyers