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Family Law Service is a comprehensive introduction to the principles of family law in South Africa.

Delve into the diverse realm of family law with our comprehensive Family Law Service. This invaluable resource covers a wide range of legal aspects concerning families, including domestic violence, the Law of Islam, same-sex life partnerships, the effects of the Children's Act of 2008, and anti-trafficking law in South Africa.

The Family Law Service is meticulously maintained in three volumes, featuring detailed commentary and up-to-date legislation. With two service issues published annually, you can rely on this resource to provide the latest insights and developments in the field of family law. Whether you're a legal professional, researcher, or student, this comprehensive resource is an essential addition to your library.

Available in print (looseleaf) and online format. Print includes updates for 12 months, thereafter updates are billed annually in advance.

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Table of contents

Volume One -

Division A - Law of marriage and civil unions

Division B - Matrimonial property

Division C - Maintenance

Division D - Divorce

Division E - Young persons

Division F - Family law procedures

Division G - Customary family law

Division H - Succession

Division J - Medico-legal aspects

Division K - Social services and benefits

Division L - Gender issues

Division M - Domestic violence

Division N - Cohabitation

Division O - Islamic law

Division P - Child abduction

Division Q - The law and older persons

Division R - Same-sex life partnerships

Division S - English Law of Divorce and Dissolution and finance and property distribution on divorce and dissolution

Division T - Sources of anti-trafficking law in South Africa

Volume Two -

International conventions


Volume Three -


Table of Cases

Table of Statutes