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Bertus Preller is a Divorce Attorney at Abrahams and Gross in Cape Town, a law firm that has been in existence since 1935 and has more than 20 years experience in most sectors of the law and 13 years as a practicing attorney. He specializes in Family Law and Divorce Law in and handles divorce and family law matters across South Africa. Bertus is also the Family Law expert on Health24.com, he blogs regularly on news24.com and nuus24.com and has been quoted on Family Law issues in various newspapers such as the Sunday Times and Business Times and magazines such as Noseweek, Keur, Living and Loving, Longevity, You and Huisgenoot, and also appears frequently on the SABC television show 3 Talk. His clients include artists, celebrities, sports people and high net worth individuals. His areas of expertise are Divorce Law, Family Law, Divorce Mediation, Parenting Plans, Parental Responsibilities and Rights, Custody (care and contact) of children, same sex marriages, unmarried fathers rights, domestic violence matters, international divorce law, digital rights, media law and criminal law.
O: 021 422 1323
56 Shortmarket St, Cape Town, South Africa, 8000
Law Practice and Legal Services
Specializes in Family law and Divorce Law. He also advised Random House Struik in South Africa on the Google Book Settlement class action and is a frequent speaker at the Cape Town Book Fair on legal issues pertaining to the Publishing sector. He was admitted as an Attorney of the High Court in 1989.
Acted as a part time commissioner at the CCMA.
Johannesburg | 1998 - 1999
Advanced Labour Law
Bloemfontein | 1983 - 1998
B.Proc (Cum Laude Criminal Procedure)
The problem with an antenuptial contract is that it is drawn up at a time when divorce is probably the last thing on one's mind.
Gone are the days of "single" or "married". You only have to look at Facebook's relationship declaration options to know that today's partnerships come in all shapes and sizes.
While financial matters are one of the biggest strains on a marriage and a primary cause of divorce, the divorce rate has declined during the recession.
Author of the first practical handbook concerning Labour Laws in the Domestic sector
Free State University
Pioneered the development of the first book on HIV AIDS delivered to a mobile phone on behalf of Metropolitan Life.
Pioneered the development of the first complete book in the world delivered to a mobile phone utilizing over the air installation and java technologies.
Practicing Attorney, 1999 - present
Member, 2011 - present
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