Asked by PaulP
on 05-02-2021 04:04:59
Question posted in the General Law
category relating to Eastern Cape
Question value: R 150.00
My wife in the last month or so, starting finding fault with everything. She's been very violent and aggressive,where I had to call SAPS to assist. She is pregnant and has taken an overdose twice,the second getting her admitted in hospital. The previous pregnancy,she aborted our 7 month son in Nelspruit, drove all the way to Carolina Mpumalanga, with the featus wrapped in a linen saver, with public transport. Now she has tried to get a restraining order against me, was not yet issued to me,due to mistakes in order. What can I do to get my son. Another issue is that the day she was discharged,I picked her up and took her to her place in Breyten, which is about 30km from where I work and stay. On route,she threatened to kill herself and my son by poisoning them. I fear for my son's life.
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