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Legal information and documents relating to Wills and estate planning, including making your Will and changing a Will.Go to 'Wills & Estate Planning'
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You can only use this document to create your will if you are single, for example because: - your spouse or civil partner has died; - your marriage or civil partnership ended in divorce or dissolution; or - you have never been married and have never entered into a civil partnership. (References to marriage include a same-sex marriage.) However, you can use this document to create your will if you are unmarried or not in a civil partnership, but are in a cohabiting relationship; - even if you and/or your partner have children.
Legal information and documents relating to criminal matters, including an Affidavit for criminal charges.Go to 'Criminal'
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An affidavit is a written statement made under oath. A criminal affidavit is often the written account of a crime that has been committed. This means that the person (often the victim of the crime) who is making the statement has sworn that the document contains the truth. Our criminal affidavit form can be completed online and printed whereafter you may take it to a police station where a commissioner of oaths will commission it.
Legal information and documents relating to both family matters, including Protection orders and applying for child maintenance.Go to 'Family'
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A Protection Order is a court order that sets out exactly what an abuser should stop doing to the victim of that abuse. The order stipulates what must be stopped, thereby preventing the abuser from harassing or abusing the victim further. If the abuser breaches a protection order he or she commits an offence which is punishable with a fine or a period of imprisonment.
Legal information and documents workplace matters, including wrongful dismissal and what to do about it if you have been unlawfully dismissed.Go to 'Workplace'
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This form enables a person or organisation to refer a dispute to the CCMA for conciliation and con-arb. It can be filled in by an employer, employee, trade union or employers' organisation...