Sister 1 48 years and Sister 2 47 years ...

Asked by chris on 09-12-2020 12:18:20
Question posted in the Family Law category relating to Western Cape

Sister 1 (48 years) and Sister 2 (47 years) resides with their elderly, disable dementia mother in Bonteheuwel, Cape Town

Sister 1 is the primary carer for elderly mother (83 years), 24/7

Sister 2 does not extend any care to her mother Secondary carer to assist Sister 1 with mother, is employed from company Robins Trust

Sister 2 dangerously and violently attacks Sister 1 threatening to kill her

Sister 1 opens case at Bishop Lavis (CAS 112/12/2020) against Sister 2

Sister 2 gets arrested But state lays the charge against Sister 2 Case gets dismissed, no reason given, Sister 1 is not consulted by state prosecutor

Sister 2 is released and sent back home

Concern:

Sister 2 has on numerous occasions attacked mother even in her elderly state

Sister 2 has now attacked Sister 1 as well

Safety of mother and Sister 1 is grossly compromised

Sister 2 has history of unstable behavior and has been admitted to Valkenburg on numerous occasions.

Sister 2 is currently showing more dangerous unstable behavior and could cause the death of mother and Sister 1 and the secondary carer from the company Robins Trust

Done so far:

Had sister 2 arrested, case got dismissed

Completed form 4 (Department of Health - Form MHCA 04)

Police form completed

Police taken Sister 2 for assessment to hospital

Sister 2 sent back home

Required:

Sister 2 to either:

1. Be removed from the house and should not return

2. be remanded to Valkenburg

3. be made a ward of state

4. be re-arrested

5. Protection order (Domestic Violence, Harassment, Threats)

6. Restraining order (Domestic Violence, Harassment, Threats)

 Primary focus is the protection of mother, Sister 1 and secondary carer and for Sister 2 be permanently removed from the home to not return, for the protection of the others.

I do hope that you can kindly assist me.

Kind regards,

Christopher Smith

0844001013

***BLOCKED-EMAIL-ADDRESS***

Answer to the Question

Posted by Att. Patrick on 10-12-2020 09:18:19

Hi there,

I see that you haven't made a payment for the question, but I'm going to assist you a little. If you want to ask a follow-up question, please make the required payment.

You need to apply for the protection order due to the Domestic Violence, Harassment, and Threats!

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