Asked by Elmarie on 08-12-2020 20:04:19
Question posted in the Family Law category relating to Eastern Cape
Good evening I want to find out can a baby of 2 Month go to the father without the mother the father only saw the child 3 time with supervision of me now he doesn't want me with and we don't have a agreement on maintenance aswell he didn't support me during pregnancy and now he wants to see the child alone..what is my right as a mother the father has two other children with other separate mothers aswell and they were also not allowed to visit him without supervision
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Posted by Att. Patrick on 09-12-2020 09:12:38
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You have the right to protect your child. 2 months old seems very young to visit the father unsupervised, especially if it is over-night. But you don't have the right to NOT allow the father to visit the child.
The supervision thing is only if the father is abusive, or such like.
If you can't come to an agreement, then a court would need to make a ruling.
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