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Probate and Letters of Administration in Cameroon

Probate and Letters of Administration in Cameroon. When a person dies, their estate (assets) devolves on their survivors in the following order; spouse, children, parents, siblings, or extended family. However, where such person executes a Will before his death, the assets will be distributed according to the wishes of the deceased. This article seeks to


NGO registration in Cameroon. The steps, required documents and the various offices you have to visit to get a no-profit organisation registered in Cameroon. What is an NGO? Simply put, A Non – Governmental Organization (NGO) in Cameroon is an organization that has no affiliation to the government and which exists to help those in need

Adoption in Cameroon

What is Adoption in Cameroon? Adoption in Cameroon is a process whereby a person assumes the parenting of another, usually a child, from that person’s biological or legal parent or parents. Legal adoptions permanently transfer all rights and responsibilities, along with filiation, from the biological parents to the adoptive parents. There are many circumstances under which married couples and singles

Immigration Law in Cameroon

Immigration law in Cameroon refers to the rules set by the government for who is allowed to enter or leave the country and for how long. It also governs of immigration concerned documentations. Prime time law offices is a leading immigration law firm in Cameroon and actively engages in Immigration Law practice.Our immigration law practice

Cost of Divorce in Cameroon

Cost of Divorce in Cameroon. How much does divorce cost in Cameroon? DIVORCE FEE IN CAMEROON There are no fixed fees for divorce in Cameroon . Getting a divorce is an intensely personal and procedural process and as such varies from person to person and situation to situation .Therefore if you are reading this article

How to get a divorce in Cameroon

How to get a divorce in Cameroon? Getting a divorce in Cameroon is not as easy as getting married. One cannot just wake up and ask the court for a divorce without such reason falling under the grounds stipulated by the Matrimonial Causes Act 1973, which provides the framework for divorce processes in Cameroon. A

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