Divorce Attorney was established in 2009 in South Africa as a result of a partnership between Bertus Preller and Abrahams and Gross. Attorneys, the firm believes in providing outstanding legal services both in online and offline mode. The firm offers services on a national basis at prices lower than the conventional law firms. Divorce Attorney is driven by a refined digital infrastructure and maintains an environment-friendly approach at workplace. It eliminates the wastage and thus lowers the administrative costs and overheads.
We have Attorneys who carry an expertise in law and are well-read. As the name suggests, Divorce Attorney mainly focuses on Family Law issues. Divorce Attorney also takes pride in being the founders of benchmark eLaw initiatives like eTrust, eDivorce and eWills.
A perfect combination of skill, latest technology and the foresight to understand the clientâ€™s needs has enabled us to provide quality and cost-effective services.
We expertise in divorce mediation, divorce (uncontested & contested), divorcing a missing spouse, parenting plans, adoption, grandparent's rights, biological fathers' rights, same-sex and other non-marital life partnership agreements and maintenance and antenuptial agreements.
Name: Mr. Bertus Preller, Director and co-founder
He matriculated at Grey College in Bloemfontein and graduated from the University of the Orange Free State in 1988 (cum laude - Criminal Procedure) he articled at Symington & De Kok Attorneys in Bloemfontein
He was admitted as an Attorney of the High Court in 1989
Prior to co-founding DA, he was Managing Director and co-founder of Van Wyk & Preller Attorneys in Bloemfontein, a director of Honey & Partners Attorneys in Cape Town and founder of technology companies SmartSurv Wireless, DigiWords, CellBook, eSplash and eLaw initiatives such as eDivorce, eWills and eTrust
He was also a past Part Time Commissioner at the CCMA an Arbitrator and Mediator at various Bargaining Councils, an Appeals Authority for the South African Police Services and he acted in a number of high profile matters in all Courts in South Africa
He also negotiated the contracts of rugby players on behalf of the SARFU Rugby unions and more recently advised a number of South African Book Publishers on the Google Book Settlement
He has been recognized in the Publishing Industry as an expert on digital rights and technology law issues and specializes in Family Law issues