Divorce and separation are among life's most stressful events. Having the support of an experienced and knowledgeable family lawyer can make a world of difference. Our advice is reliable, objective and practical. We have years of experience dealing with sensitive and complicated family law matters. Whenever possible, we will try to keep you out of the courts so you can avoid the expense, delay and uncertainty of litigation.
Whatever your situation, we can advise you on your rights, help you to negotiate and make sure you are in the best possible position for what you want to achieve.
Our areas of expertise include:
  • 01Divorce
  • 02Separation
  • 03Property settlements;
  • 04Financial agreements including; pre-nuptial, post-nuptial and de facto agreements
  • 05Asset tracing and unravelling complex financial arrangements involving partnerships, companies and trusts
  • 06Spouse maintenance
  • 07De facto and same sex matters
  • 08Adoption and guardianship applications
  • 09Disputed estates
  • 10Mediation services
We understand how important it is for you to trust the lawyer you choose. We live by our reputation for integrity and professionalism with other divorce lawyers and with the courts. This ensures that your voice will be heard and your matter will be taken seriously.


Filing for divorce can be a stressful and difficult process, especially if one lacks the know-how and knowledge regarding the processes with regards to divorce proceedings. At Verburg Attorneys we understand that divorce is a serious matter and that one needs an attorney who you can trust to look out for your best interests. You can expect professional and thorough advice on divorce proceedings, maintenance, division of assets and children’s matters.

We will also support and guide you through the entire process, we always strive for the best results which means that your divorce can be a quick divorce, and if the circumstances are favourable, your divorce may even be an uncontested divorce. For more information regarding divorce read our guide: Understanding Divorce

In South Africa there are Four grounds for divorce, the most common ground is the fact that there is an irretrievable breakdown of the marriage. There are numerous reasons why this happen, for example:

  • 01Either party has committed adultery;
  • 02You have not lived together as husband and wife for a substantial period of time;
  • 03There is a complete lack of communication between you and your;
  • 04There are physical, verbal or emotional abuse or an alcohol of drug;

During the stress of a break up, one thing you shouldn't have to worry about is the ability of your lawyer, Our lawyer’s are among the most experienced and sought after in their field.

If you think we can help, contact us today.

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