CLARKS ATTORNEYS IN THE PRESS
On 13 May 2015, Beverley Clark was asked to be a guest on Phumi Mashigo’s Womandla talk show on Cliff Central. They discussed divorce in South Africa, the trends seen in South African divorce statistics and what you should do (and not do) when considering proceeding with a divorce.
Beverley Clark contributes to various publications, including in 2016 to the website Expatriate Law setting out advice for British expatriates divorcing in South Africa.
On 2 September 2016, Beverley Clark joined Tim Modise to discuss just how far the law will allow one to go in obtaining adequate and relevant discovery when it comes to messy divorces.
On 1 March 2016, Maresa Kurz was asked to be a guest on Garry Hertzberg Laws of Life talk show on Cliff Central. They discussed marriage in South Africa, what you should do (and not do) when saying “I do”.
On 20 June 2017, Maresa Kurz returned to Garry Hertzberg Laws of Life talk show on Cliff Central to discuss various matrimonial law issues, including maintenance, parenting plans and divorce actions.
On 23 September 2017, Maresa Kurz spoke to MoneyWeb about choosing the right marriage contract for your pocket.
On 20 October 2017, Maresa Kurz contributed to an article on Parent24 relating to parental rights and responsibilities.
On 4 June 2019, Elmarie Erasmus was featured in City Press and on 2 June 2019, she was featured in Netwerk 24, relating to the Alteration of Sex Description and Sex Status Act, 2003, and LGBTQ rights.
On 11 July 2019, Beverley Clark in her capacity as Chairperson of the Gauteng Family Law Forum contributed to an article in You Magazine regarding a landmark Full Bench judgment relating to Rule 43 applications.
On 1 October 2019, Maresa Kurz contributed to an article for Your Pregnancy Magazine relating to baby names.
In November 2019, Maresa Kurz wrote the feature article in De Rebus regarding significant changes to Rule 43 applications.
On 30 September 2020, a High Court case of Jana van Breda relating to maintenance arrears was featured in several news articles, including on IOL.
On 9 December 2014, we spent a humbling morning at Usindiso Shelter for Abused Women and their Children – our contribution to the 16 Days of Activism. We met a group of brave women who surely didn’t deserve this – a young woman of 18 who was given in marriage at the age of 13 to an abusive man of 42, a tiny and beautiful woman with a tiny baby and terrible burns across her chest, a woman who is forced to face her abuser every month to beg for money for the children… These women and their children now have a safe place to live, but materially, they have nothing, and they all live in fear of being found. We loved spending time with the darling babies and children. We hope we made a happy day for them – yummy food, party packs, gifts for every single woman and child, mounds of toiletries, and much needed legal advice.
We continue to be committed to assisting people in a pro bono capacity whenever we can, and our ongoing efforts have recently been recognised by ProBono.Org.