Asked by tmvisser on 20-01-2021 23:40:24
Question posted in the Family Law category relating to Gauteng
Hi, I need a second opinion, I am not happy on a matter thats violated on our divorce agreement, my ex moved in with his new partner, and he wants to let the kids to go and visit him this weekend and meet her, our divorce was finilized 23 September 2020, our agreements says we must give it 3 months before intriducing the new partner, according to my divorce mediator seeing he moved in with her it looks like a steady relationship, so the kids can go and visit, they were exposed to previous relationships that he had, they onky heard of it never met those woman, and the kids still prossesing our divorce, they hardly know each other and now they want the children to go ther for a weekend. This is breaching of the divorce agreement
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Posted by Att. Patrick on 21-01-2021 11:49:08
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Three months from 23 September 2020 takes you to 23 December, so surely he can introduce the kids to his new partner?
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