Is it normal for a father to include cho...

Asked by [email protected] on 12-12-2020 12:06:22
Question posted in the General Law category relating to Eastern Cape

Is it normal for a father to include chores on a conversation on birthday gifts. This is mounting from I'll treatment on nil /close to of no maintains. How do I make him pay for his child's expenses beyond his disrespect chives of termination of pregnancy or him to relocate his feelings on depending on the relationship for his alter family ,life ,finances under cover from my personal status' that he is not aware I know. He is using my offsprings after a sexual harassment set  in a Nelson Mandela Bay weekend.. Jol

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