Asked by Anonymous
on 15-07-2020 10:10:43
Question posted in the Family Law
category relating to KwaZulu-Natal
Question value: R 0.00
i just want to find out my fiance ex wife is keeping there children away from us saying i am not there gaurdian and if he has to go to work then they must go home , if she wants something for the kids she says he must go to her alone so that she can discuss it with him she does not want me to have something to do with the kids and keeps them away from me we are gettting married in september now i want to find out if there is anything i can do legaly to stop her from doing this as they have shared custody but she tells me i am not there gaurdian this is realy putting strain on our relationship as i also want to be part of there life i am going to be there stepmom is she allowed to do this
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