Asked by Jealous Muganda
on 29-02-2020 14:37:18
Question posted in the General Law
category relating to Gauteng
Question value: R 0.00
I have a brother in Joburg who is going around accusing me of all weird things concerning my duties to look after him. I live in UK and he eventually done voicenote with all accusations and I feel I must engage a lawyer to take this up as a civil case against him to warn him that all he is doing is against the law and he can end up appearing in court for accusing people to look after him when it is not my duty to do so. I want a lawyer to write him a letter or letters to being evidence to all he has said or face civil proceedings. Is it possible. This is my sibling and he is relentlessly saying all bad stuff about me and am not happy. I must put a stop to all inaccurate narration before it destroys the family
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