Asked by Anonymous on 04-11-2021 15:02:10
Question posted in the Family Law category relating to Gauteng
I was customery married to my late husband, we having an 8 year old son and his children to first marriage went behind my back to claim at Master to receive letter of exercusion. They are working even the one who elected herself is a lawyer. She even told me that she is finished. He took out lobola in 2015 and also passed on while staying with me. He got the deceased Identity when i requested them to accompany me to take their father to hospital when they open a file. while I was with my husband at casualty. she even made a fraud in the Funeral Palour by signing BI1 form to get the origional death certificate without my knowledge. In the funeral palour that opened by my late husband they were not covered in that policy. It was my late husband, me and my two children. Because my son is a minor and i dont have a letter that was signed during Lobola negotiation as my mother did passed on. I need clarity on which steps should i take to report this problem. She is a lawyer and she knows that everything will be easy for her to claim.
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