Asked by Mally2020 on 27-07-2020 14:48:04
Question posted in the Family Law category relating to Eastern Cape
I'm trying to get some advice regarding a protection order against me and I'm trying to get to see my son. I was recently kicked out of my ex girlfriend's house after her brother attacked me in her home with my son of 3 watching, all I could do was protect myself, I was later issued with a protection order against me,I am unemployed as i was asked to look after her and my son, my ex girlfriend was the sole bread winner , is there away that I could get to see my son
Answer to the Question
Posted by Att. Patrick on 31-07-2020 22:25:54
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Your ex-girlfriend does NOT have the power to withhold your rights to access your son. If she does, then you need to approach the Family Court and ask the Court for a court order allowing you access rights.
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