Obtaining rehabilitation after sequestration

Rehabilitation allows someone who has been sequestrated to make a fresh start without the restrictions from the sequestration. An insolvent person may qualify for rehabilitation in certain instances. After ten years Once ten years from the date of provisional sequestration has passed, the insolvent is automatically considered rehabilitated. However, the court may issue an order… Continue Reading

Negotiating successfully

Negotiation is when two or more parties with different needs and goals try to find a mutually acceptable solution. A successful outcome will help the parties build better relationships, lasting, long-term solutions that satisfy both parties’ needs and assist in avoiding future problems and conflicts. As Steven Covey suggests in his book “The 7 Habits… Continue Reading

Must divorcing parties attempt to mediate their dispute?

Mediation as a Dispute Resolution Mechanism Mediation assists both parties in working out arrangements for themselves and their children instead of handing over control of their affairs to a court. The process reduces conflict by helping couples consider the issues that need to be settled and the various options for settlement that may be available… Continue Reading

Divorce Mediation – Your Questions Answered

Mediation involves both parties in working out arrangements for themselves and their children instead of handing over control of their affairs to lawyers or a court. Roy Bregman is an accredited divorce mediator and has been a member of the South African Association of Mediators (In Divorce and Other Family Matters) since 1997 Divorce Mediation… Continue Reading

Mediation: Better Than Arm Wrestling

Provided there is a common motivation to settle the dispute on a reasonable and timely basis, there is very little to lose and everything to gain by trying to mediate a resolution. Mediation: Better Than Arm Wrestling (Article by Doug Sanders and Patricia Morrison of Borden Ladner Gervais) You are the CEO of a small software… Continue Reading

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