Asked by Anonymous
on 27-01-2020 16:35:17
Question posted in the Family Law
category relating to Gauteng
Question value: R 0.00
I am asking on behalf of a friend who does not have access to the internet. My friend and her husband were seperated years ago. Over the weekend, her eldedst son found out that his dad had passed away. He went to the local home affairs office to get confirmation, whereby he was give a copy of the death certificate. On the death certificate marital status was listed as "divorced", neither the mother or the children knew that the parents have been divorced. In the interim, a son, from another relationship has elected himself as executor of the estate, with the help of a friend to the deceased. In a case like this what are the rights of the children and their mother
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