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Resolve your dispute.

Neutrals from South Africa. Applicable Local or International laws. Local Language. Trust of Equa.Law

File a Claim

Submit your claim with supporting documents. Get resolution in time. 

File a Response

Submit your reply to the allegations. present your rightful claims.

The Neutrals

Equa certified Neutrals having an understanding of local laws, language and circumstances.

Get the Neutral appointed for your dispute by Equa.

The Scope of Resolution

The following type of disputes can be resolved .at Equa.Law

Civil Disputes

Property, contractual, rent related matters

Commercial Disputes

Business transactions, Cheque Bounce, IPR, financial matters etc.

Family Disputes

Divorce, domestic violence, separation, child custody etc.

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Join Internationally accredited Training Courses and become a Certified Neutral.

The Spotlight

Equa Services, news & Updates

The Private ADR Courts at Equa.Law

The Grievance Portals for Businesses.

Explore the International Partnerships.

The Equa partners that create an Ecosystem, shall help you to resolve the local or international disputes.

Contact us.

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"Resolving our dispute through Equa's mediation platform in Cape Town was a great decision. Their international availability and local network made the process efficient, resulting in a successful settlement." - Sarah van der Merwe, Cape Town, South Africa

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