Good DayMy son 11 months old, was born o...

Asked by Madeleine on 20-05-2020 09:24:33
Question posted in the Family Law category relating to Gauteng
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Good Day

My son 11 months old, was born out of wedlock. The biological father was registered on the birth certificate. Mu son assumed the biological father's surname. I his biological mother and guardian would like to change my son's surname to my own.

Do I need the biologial father's written consent to do so?

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Posted by Att. Patrick on 21-05-2020 10:20:47

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Yes, you will need the biologial father's written consent to do so, or a High Court Order.

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