Asked by CelineB
on 01-11-2020 13:57:16
Question posted in the Family Law
category relating to Free State
Question value: R 300.00
My name is Celine
I have two children, one aged 3 one aged 1. They both are boys.
The three year old is by my mother. And the 1 hear old is by my mother in law.
Basically how this all started out was.
Because of the lock down my fiance/boyfriend lost his job . So we both left to a place where he got a job. I went with him so I could get a job too but I haven't been successful with finding a job for myself.
Now I left my children behind the one by my mother Nd the other by my mother in law by the house we were staying at before we left so the kids would not suffer and where I know would be safe.
We weren't able to send money to them before. It's been about 3 months now. We are building up a home for them and all that. We have now started sending money to them.
Now my mother In law is threatening to get a restraining order against us.
What I want to ask is that:
1. Is she able to do that.
2. What are my rights as the biological mother of the child.
3. What must I do or can I do to get my child back from her.
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