Service Experiences and Help

View what others have to say or comment your questions and/or feedback bellow.

This process is hard and difficult to go through, everytime I called there always was someone picking up the call to assist me with legal processes and what I had to do...for that thank you.
* Sam *
Rated their experience 9/10
very happily and easily divorced. Thank you.
* Avisha Ramos *
Rated their experience 9/10
I am glad to proclaim that I too am happily divorced! Thank you for your assistance to make that happen.
* Eninzah *
Rated their experience 10/10
a heartfelt thank you to everyone at diylaw. I would have rated you 10/10, but then Covid happened. Admittedly, the problem was with the sheriff and court, but I commend you for doing your best during trying times and always answering my many questions. Top job!
* Pieter Serfontein *
Rated their experience 9/10
Goeie dag Geskei en klaar. Dankie weereens
* S Toerien *
Rated their experience 10/10
Hi Alitia I just wanted to let you know I managed to get the Original ANC Contract from the attorneys, so I am all set for Wednesday 28th October! Wish me luck! Kind regards
* Claire *
Rated their experience 9/10

Leave a Comment

Note that your name is not required in leaving a comment.
Note that we require your email address to notify you of any replies and that it will only be made visible to the websites administrator.

Frequently Asked Questions

Good evening I would like to have some help to get divorce just to say that I do have 2minors one 11 and the other 14 I understand the fees upfront are almost900 and the 150 for the Sherrif to deliver plse if any assistance is available.
Christine, Indeed the R890 is payable, where after you will immediately receive login details to proceed with the online divorce application. I will provide you with more information per email. Regards,
Good day Please can you provide me with a telephone no as i got some questions i need clarification on. Kind regards
Sharon, I will send a email to you with the relevant information. Regards,
Hi, By using this service am I still required to go to court ?
You will have to attend Court. The good news is that you receive a step by step guide to ensure that all is ready for your Court appearance and it is not something that you should be concerned about.
I am married out of community of property and my wife is claiming maintenance. We have no children together, no assets or liabilities, and she has always worked, and I have never paid maintenance to her. I live in Mozambique, and do not have a South African bank account, but her attorneys are demanding information regarding my status in Mozambique, including a list of my assets, etc. Please advise what your charge would be to attend to this matter. We were previously with another attorney, but they withdrew from this case with no prior notice, and we believe that there is a court ruling to pay maintenance, which we were not aware of until this month.
Ian, This is not a matter that DIY Law can assist with, you require the assistance of an attorney. Riaan Scheepers from Cawood Attorneys will send you a direct email. Regards,
Goeie dag ek en my man wil skei ons het 'n skikking opgetrek tussen ons. Maar ek weet nie hoe om verder te gaan met die hof en dagvaardiging nie. kan u asb advise gee ons bly in Dinwiddie Germiston. Magda
Magda, We will send an email to you directly in reply to your query. Regards,
My girlfriend wants to divorce but she doesn't have any stable job yet is it possible to get get her some help so the divorce can be done faste she is willing to pay but dont have the money all at once.
Ruan, We will be able to assist your girlfriend with her divorce. Unfortunately the DIY Law program is set up in such a way that the payment of R890 must be made at once to proceed with the online divorce application. There is not an option to pay in installments at this point in time. Regards,
Hi If i make of your services and there are no contesting or policies or children or any assets involved and both parties agree to set out documents. How long will the divorce take to go through.
Because you handle the divorce yourself, it will depend on the time you take to follow the step by step guide that will be provided to you. It also depends on where the court dates of your local court is. It shouldn't however take more than 2-3 months to finalise. It can be much sooner though.

Other User Comments

I am trying to track down my certificate after DIY divorce through you guys in 2012. How do I start?
-- John Bennett
@ John Bennett, you should be able to obtain a re-issue of your divorce order from the court where you were divorced. We will communicate with you further via email. Regards
-- diylaw Administrator
Big big Thank you to the DIYLaw team. I must admit that moment when I pushed the 'pay button' my heart stood still.... praying that I made the right choice and that my money did not just vanish into the unknown. You returned my email within 10 minutes. I was so relieved. After al the sad and bad it was a bit of hope that things will be ok! Every detail and explanation helped me to within one week finalize the paperwork and collect a court date. If you are a potential client and like me pondering the option of using this company you can go for it and push thay 'pay' button! Take the first step! Its worth the effort. Again thank you DIYLaw.
-- Zelda
@Zelda, Thank you so much for the great feedback. We are glad to know that the process is going seamlessly. Regards
-- diylaw Administrator
Hi I want to divorce my husband ,but he said he will not sighn the papers .We also have 3 children , he keeps telling me i want to brake up our family and that i will never take his kids .Please can you give me advise .He keeps chatting over and over we be together forever .I need help and i do not want to affect my kids
-- Angela Fortune
Angela, Thank you for your comment. It does not seem as if your divorce will be uncontested, and as such you will not qualify for a DIY Law Online Divorce. You are welcome to contact Riaan Scheepers @ Cawood Attorneys for assistance in the matter. Regards
-- diylaw Administrator
Hi, By using this service am I still required to go to court ?
-- Trisha
Hi, Trisha. You will have to attend Court. The good news is that you receive a step by step guide to ensure that all is ready for your Court appearance and it is not something that you should be concerned about. Regards.
-- diylaw Administrator
Hi, I need to find out, if we are married out of community of property, but the house is registered in both our names before we got married, what happens then?
-- CMF Vermeulen
@Vermeulen I have sent you an email to discuss the situation in person. Ultimately you and your spouse can agree to many different scenarios, failing which I will discuss the legal position with you. I trust that you find it in order. Regards.
-- diylaw Administrator
Hi. Not sure if anyone can help. My mother in law and I have paid for the assistance but nothing has been done. We cannot get past step 1. I also cannot get any response from anyone via email. Am not even sure how to get my money reversed. Does anyone know how to help us.
-- Michelle Burgess
Mrs. Burgess, Please email me your contact details to so that we can resolve the issue.
-- diylaw Administrator
Will you be able to assist even thou I am already Divorced 3 month's ago. We were only married for 6 month's when we got married she had no car, just a few furniture not even working. Now she want's a car my house and cash Please can you assist
-- Steph
Steph, Thank you for your comment. If you are already divorced DIY LAw will not be able to assist you. It seems however as if you have certain post-divorce issues, kindly contact Riaan Scheepers @ Cawood Attorneys for assistance in the matter. Regards
-- diylaw Administrator
Just did the test and although we are in agreement to get divorced our diy was declined any specific reason
-- Gill
That is strange. I will contact you directly to ascertain how you completed the test and what the problem may be. Regards
-- diylaw Administrator
I just need to find out my husband is not a member of pension fund will I be expected to give him his shares within two months? And his car was repossessed plus the house its in my name,but I have a house bond a a car which I'm still paying basically this two still belong to the bank though they are in my name do we have to share those too the house and the car
-- Itumeleng
@Itumeleng, Your query below is a loaded question (as it depends on many factors) that I will be happy to advise you on. I will send you a direct email to get into contact with you.
-- diylaw Administrator
We are about to start the process of divorce and my wife doesn't want me to touch her pension fund. I am the one paying for the house and wish to keep it and leave her pension fund alone and still give her part of my pension fund. We only have one child who is 29yrs and married. Please give best advice.
-- Lamo
Thank you for your comment. It is possible that you retain the immovable property in lieu of not claiming 50% of your wife's pension benefit (assuming that you are married in community of property) as long as both parties agree to it and signs such a settlement agreement. You are welcome to phone us to discuss the matter in more detail. Regards
-- diylaw Administrator