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Patrimonial Consequences of Divorce in South African Law

HPCSA accredited for 1 CEU. It is important for psychologists to have a basic understanding of the legal consequences that spouses face when they have to negotiate a deed of settlement and resolve disputes relating to wealth, finances and children. Clients mostly are not in control of these legal processes, and this lack of control is one of the biggest reasons for their stress.

7 Lessons

This course is HPCSA accredited for 1 CEU.

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Generally the two main issues which spouses must address upon divorce, are 1. the division of assets, and 2. custody, maintenance, parental plans and so forth, relating to children.

Wealth protection and financing a life(style) are the two matters which directly result in heightened stress, as a consequence of which people consult psychologists.

It is important for psychologists to have a basic understanding of the legal consequences that spouses face when they have to negotiate a deed of settlement and resolve disputes relating to wealth, finances and children.

In this short and concise course, we concentrate on the division of spouses’ assets upon divorce. We deal in other words with the patrimonial consequences of divorce.

Access to this course is granted for 100 days.

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