Asked by Natalie
on 19-08-2020 15:52:31
Question posted in the Divorce Law
category relating to Gauteng
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I never signd a Antinuptial contract, but I went to deeds office and got a copy, but their is no dates filled in nor the signature on it isn't mine? Then I went to legal practice council because the notary was struck of the roll of attorneys, then the power of attorney i have never met or give anybody a power of attorney over me? Trial is in September and stil they are saying I am married out of comminity of property without the accrule? This has taken 8 years how do i prove my Antinuptial contract is not valid? Or am I waiting my time? Please help as I do not have mutch left in me to fight this 8 years divorce?
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Posted by Att. Patrick on 20-08-2020 11:22:04
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The notary signs the ANC on your behalf in terms of a power of attorney which you give the notary. It sounds like it is all legal to me.
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