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Derry-Ann Haldane

Derry-Ann Haldane, an associate, joined Ashersons in January 2019 and was admitted as an attorney in March 2021.

Derry-Ann matriculated from Herschel Girls Senior School in 2010 and subsequently completed her tertiary education at the University of Cape Town. In 2013 she graduated with a Bachelor of Social Science majoring in Politics, Sociology and isiXhosa and in 2017 graduated with her LLB degree.

Derry-Ann has a keen interest in Family Law, Labour Law as well as Trusts and Estates.  She is a hardworking and meticulous individual, dedicated to detail and focused on delivering and achieving results. She is passionate about helping individuals and ensuring their legal interests are protected.


Recent Articles by Derry-Ann Haldane
It’s Wedding Season – Three Questions to Ask Before You Marry 1 November 2022 - Wedding Season is well and truly upon us, and if you (or anyone near and dear to you) is busy planning for marriage (note that we are talking “civil marriage” here, “customary marriages” and “civil unions” are beyond the scope of this article), you will have a long “To Do” List to work through. Venue, […]
Unmarried Parents: A New ‘Notice of Birth’ Ruling for Fathers, with 3 Surname Choices 2 November 2021 - New parents, married or not, are obliged by the Births and Deaths Registration Act (“the Act”) to register their child’s birth with Home Affairs within 30 days. However in regard to the actual process of giving this “notice of birth”, the Act has always distinguished between married and unmarried parents. In particular, unmarried fathers have […]