Bradley Aliphon & Associates is a private practice specialising in divorce and litigation matters.
Bradley has obtained a B Proc degree. He has attended many specialisation courses and conferences to stay abreast in his field of practice while highly competent staff ensure that client-experience and confidentiality enjoy the highest priority at all times.
Armed with extensive experience of over 29 years in practice, Bradley Aliphon personally handles Divorce matters at the firm, opposed as well as un-opposed.
Besides divorce, other related matrimonial matters dealt with at the firm include Civil Unions, the Provisions of the Children’s Act, the parental rights of contact to children, their primary care and custody, maintenance and related issues.
Aspects of Matrimonial affairs falling within the firm’s scope include:
All aspects of marriage, divorce, maintenance and custody law.
Instituted divorce proceedings as well as Rule 43 applications. Contested or uncontested divorce applications and conducting of divorce trials. In cases where a basis for settlement could be established, constructive negotiations are initiated.
Claim for damages
Adultery and alienation of affection.
Including orders in terms of the Domestic Violence Act, 116 of 1998.
Advice on maintenance law; attending on applications for maintenance and non-compliance with court orders.
Child Custody issues
Applications for access and contact. Criminal proceedings in event of abuse in the matrimonial home. Arrangement of family advocate and child-line appointments.
For a discussion on the attorney’s role in divorce, be sure to visit Getting a divorce.
At Bradley Aliphon & Assoc., Bradley will personally guide and assist you throughout your divorce and help you make the best of the situation. Being in close proximity of the High Courts in Kwazulu-Natal, enables the firm to accept instructions from across the KZN province.
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This informative government website provides information on a wide range of maintenance related issues including the steps to follow, cost, application forms and contact details for obtaining a maintenance order or to have an existing order amended.
The Office of the Family Advocate is involved in the evaluation and recommendation to the relevant Court upon written request by a party in a divorce action or application related to disputes over primary care or contact or any aspect of parental rights of children.
…discussing your unique divorce circumstances with a knowledgeable divorce attorney could ensure a solid foundation for a new beginning.