My Mother is taking custody over my sist...

Asked by William on 13-06-2018 12:01:01
Question posted in the Family Law category relating to KwaZulu-Natal
Question value: R 0.00

My Mother is taking custody over my sisters child behind her back and without her permission. The child is now in hospital and the mother asked nurses and spoke false things about her behind her back then after refusing my sister to see her own child or feed him in hospital . My mother even took signing rights to what needs to be done with her child away. My sister is unresponsible but myself(Brother) and my wife have been assisting her feeding the baby since birth where my mother told them she did. I'm trying to help my sister to be responsible by letting her be there for her baby in the hospital and he comes out for she is only 18 turning 19 in 3months and learning how to take care of her child through us helping her  for I habe 3 kids already. Now our mother is busy taking all rights from her to be there for her child . Thanks William

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