Complete South Africa DIY divorce papers

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You don’t need to hire an expensive lawyer for an uncontested divorce. You can do it yourself quickly and easily if you both agree on the terms of the divorce. Our DIY divorce pack contains detailed step by step instructions and all the forms and legal documents you need to get a divorce anywhere in South Africa. With or without kids.

The easy do-it-yourself divorce forms pack.

I was nervous about doing the divorce myself because I thought it would be very complicated but I also couldn’t afford to spend any more money. (I just moved into my own flat). I ordered the DIY divorce pack and it arrived in a couple of days. Filling in the forms was easy. There is even a CD so you can print more copies if you mess something up. I thought filing the paperwork at the court would be difficult but the instructions are all there and it only took a few hours. – Diane M, Roodepoort

I had never bought something on the internet before and was worried about entering my card details. I did it anyway. The divorce pack arrived in the post about a week later. – Thandi N,Durban

I thought we needed a lawyer even though we had agreed on all the details. A friend recommended your site and I ordered the paperwork. It was much easier than I thought. I’d suggest not getting divorced if you can help it but if it comes to it this is the easiest and cheapest way. – Alfred S, Grahamstown

The best money I ever spent getting rid of that cheating bastard. Sonja V, Cape Town 2015

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Fill in the form and you’ll be able to start your divorce proceedings in the next couple of days. It’s simple and easy. Thousands of people have done it exactly this way. If you’re not 100% satisfied with the divorce documentation, return it to us and we’ll refund your money. No questions or arguments.

Save thousands with a cheap do it yourself divorce.

An unopposed divorce is cheap and easy if you fill in the forms yourself. Most lawyers will charge you a fortune to fill in these forms and file them at the court for you. There is no reason to spend this money if you’re both agree. An uncontested divorce can be handled simply, quickly and cheaply so you can get on with your life.

How to do your own divorce.

You don’t have to read this part right now. We’ll send you detailed step-by-step instructions on how to get divorced in South Africa. But, if you’re feeling curious here’s how to get a really cheap divorce.

  1. Buy the diy divorce papers kit. It’s got everything you need in it.
  2. Determine which division of the High Court you need to use. This is based on where you live.
  3. Do you have any minor (under 18) children? If so, complete statutory Form A (it’s in the diy divorce papers pack), sign it in front of a commissioner of oaths. You’ll find one at any police station, most post offices and a pile of other places. Attach Statutory Form A to the combined summons.
  4. Fill in the Divorce Statistics Form (also in the pack).
  5. Fill in and sign the Deed of Settlement.
  6. Complete and sign the combined summons and particulars of claim (yip, in the pack too). Use the particulars of claim that incorporate the deed of settlement.
  7. Stick the revenue stamps to the face of the combined summons.
  8. Make 4 copies of the divorce papers (all of the above). Make an extra copy of the front page of the combined summons if you’re in Johannesburg.
  9. Go to your local court to see the Registrar that issues court process. He’ll stamp the papers like a mad man for a few minutes and then give you a case number and keep 1 copy.
  10. Go to the sheriff that serves process where your partner lives and hand him the original and a copy of the combined summons and particulars of claim. He will then serve the process on your partner and give you an original and copy of the Return of Service. This should cost about R50.
  11. If there are children involved, go to the Family Advocate who will tell you what you need to do to get a certificate from him and how to place it in the court file.
  12. 10 court days (not weekends and public holidays) after this your can go back to the Registrar get a date. You’ll need to take the original the original summons and Return of Service. He’ll stamp for a while and hand you your copy.
  13. On the date allocated for the hearing of the matter, get to court at around 9h00. Bring all your divorce papers including the original Deed of Settlement (if applicable) and your original marriage certificate. (You can get a duplicate original from Home Affairs if you’ve lost yours or torn it up and flushed the pieces).
  14. Check the Court Roll to see in which court your divorce will be heard and which number it is on the roll. Watch anyone before you to see how it works but the judge will help if you get stuck – they’re experts at this.
  15. Live happily ever after.