Asked by Noxolo
on 01-09-2015 12:08:10
Question posted in the Family Law
category relating to Mpumalanga
Question value: R 160.00
Hi,I'm a 19 year old girl,my mum passed away on 2009 and I was still a 13 by then,leaving behind me and my two siblings age 8 and 6 now,she was employed as a traffic officer at the gert sibande municipality,owned two cars, her sister took one and now I no longer see it, the other one wasn't paid up but my uncle took it and my grandma paid it with the money which we get each month from my moms work, the family has been torn apart ever since my moms death,so my uncle has changed ownership of the car to his name and he won't let me change it to mine name he says its his cause he faught for it. Is this possible? My beneficiary is my grandma due to the fact that I was a minor,now i want to go study next year and I don't knw where to go to to seek for the money my mum has left for us to study.
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