Asked by Anonymous
on 22-02-2020 18:38:55
Question posted in the Family Law
category relating to Western Cape
Question value: R 0.00
Hi, My son lives with his mother and they live in a room with her aunt and cousins. He is the only boy in a house of all women. He is turning 11 and he still stays in 1 room( same bed) with his mother. I am married and myself and my wife just want the best for my son. He comes to us every 2nd weekend. I have been paying maintenance since the day he was born and never skipped a month. They have moved residence numerous times in the last 5 years and i am always the last to find out. This has caused allot of instability in hia life. This also creates finanacial burdon as whenever they move the transport (to school and back) costs increases. My question is: My wife and myself want my son to come live with us as we can offer more stability. Is that possible? How do i go about starting the process of petitioning the court to grant that my son must live with me?
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