11 July 2012 by

Trusts and Estates Alert

Marriage law

"I Do" - But how?

Marital status and the regime your marriage is subject to, is core to the law of succession and holds fundamental implications for your estate.

In this alert, we will discuss the types of marriage regimes a person can choose when getting married. The choice is open to both opposite gender and same sex unions solemnised in terms of either the Marriage Act 1961, the Civil Union Act 2006 and the Customary Marriages Act of 1998.

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