Asked by Xolani
on 13-11-2020 12:05:44
Question posted in the Family Law
category relating to Eastern Cape
Question value: R 0.00
Okay I got devorced in 2017 but was seperated for more than one year and we have two kids that was left with me mother left with social grant card I was not working at the time but I did my best and did what I could then after 2 years I got a job and moved to eastern cape where the ex wife was living so I remarried in 2017 so me and my wife was taking care of the kids so this year she asked if the one of the kids can visit her so I gave her after a month late for school she came back and told us she is taking the children then after a month she decide to take me to court for child support please reply I need help
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