Asked by Malebo on 08-01-2021 07:37:16
Question posted in the General Law category relating to Eastern Cape
Morning, I have a few questions. My boyfriend who I have a child with passed away in December. My son is his only child. So I'm having difficulties getting the death certificate from the deceased's mother.
Q1: do I as the mother of the deceased's only child has a right to request a reprint of the death certificate?
Q2: how do I get the death report if the deceased's mother refuses to give it to us
Q3: I read in the justice high court that we going to need affidavit from the deceased's next of kin, who qualifies as the next of kin in this case(eccept the deceased 's mother)
Q4: the deceased was in the military so the military already started the process to get my son child pension from his father 's pension since his father did not have a will his son automatically became his beneficiary. If I claim the deceased 's estate is it going to affect the child pension process?
Q5: how do I verify which estates where still active or still his in the deceased's name
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