Last Will and Testament RSA (Simple Language Format)

Many people pass away without having made a will which can make it complicated for the people who are left behind to finalise their estate. Having a will means you decide who to leave your property, money and other belongings to. You also decide who will be the executor of your estate. This LegalFlow guides you through the process of drafting a will ensuring it is a legal document and will be legally binding when you die.

*Plain text means that most legal language (legalese) has been drafted out and replaced with easy to understand language without compromising on the document’s quality.

Domestic Worker Employment Contract

This employment contract is intended to regulate the employment relationship between an employer and their domestic worker and is provided in plain language. Piece of mind to the industry without the legalese.

Reporting an accident to Workmen's Compensation

The Compensation Fund provides compensation for workers who get hurt at work, or sick from diseases contracted at work, or for death as a result of these injuries or diseases. Employers have to pay into the Compensation Fund once a month and report any injuries sustained by an employee during the course of their work and/or any diseases contracted at work. This LegalFlow describes the process of reporting an injury or disease to the Compensation Fund, and the forms that you need to complete and submit.

Applying for a SASSA COVID-19 Special Relief grant

During the COVID-19 lockdown the government made provision for a COVID-19 Special Relief Grant of R350 per month for people who qualify. This LegalFlow allows you to check whether you qualify for the grant and guides you through the application process if you do qualify.

Determining misconduct or incapacity in the workplace

It is important that business owners and managers have a clear understanding of the difference between misconduct and incapacity and how to respond to these situations in the workplace. This LegalFlow describes the different types of disciplinary actions, the evidence you need to prove misconduct or incapacity, and what procedures to follow.