Online Divorce

Western Cape

Meet your Attorney
Shirné Grobler obtained both her BComm (Law) and LLB degrees from the University of Stellenbosch and completed her articles at STBB. She is an admitted Attorney, Notary Public and Conveyancer and specializes in Family and Divorce Law.
  1. You and your spouse must agree on the terms of your divorce (such as the division of assets, the payment of spousal maintenance, if any, and in matters where there are children born from the marriage, the care and contact arrangements of the children as well as the maintenance payable in respect of the children).

  2. You and/or your spouse must reside in the Western Cape or regard the Western Cape as your place of domicile.

  3. Both spouses must reside in South Africa.
The divorce process will take between 1 – 2 months to conclude from date of receiving the signed settlement agreement.
For the online divorce we charge an all-inclusive fee of R9,000.00 (this includes disbursements such as advocate’s costs and sheriff’s fees).
Step 1
Complete the questionnaire, which records your personal information as well as the terms of your divorce. At the end of the questionnaire, you will have the option of recording any terms that were not catered for in the questionnaire.
Step 2
At the end of the questionnaire, upload a copy of your marriage certificate, an Antenuptial Contract (if you are married out of community of property), an identity document or passport, and proof of your residential address.
Step 3
After you submit the questionnaire you will be required to pay a deposit of R4,500.00. This will cover the cost of us opening a file for you, preparing your settlement agreement, and all attendances up until the point where you are provided with the settlement agreement.
Step 4
We will draft your settlement agreement, which will be sent to you via email. You have the option of deciding whether you want one of our professionals to phone you after you have received the settlement agreement in order to go over it with you.
Step 5
You and your spouse must sign the settlement agreement and return the original to our offices.
Step 6
The second payment (R4,500.00) will be required once the settlement agreement is signed and returned to our office.
Step 7
We will attend to all the procedural requirements necessary in order to set your matter down at Court and will inform you of the Court date.
Step 8
On the day of the divorce being finalised, we will accompany you to Court and explain exactly what needs to be done on the day. Should there be no minor children born from the marriage it will not be necessary to attend court, however, an affidavit will need to be filed to this effect. We will prepare this for you.
Step 9
Once we receive the Divorce Order from Court, we will provide you with a copy thereof. You can also choose for us to send the original certified copy to you via registered mail.