Asked by Bianca on 29-04-2023 23:42:52
Question posted in the Family Law category relating to Eastern Cape
Hi, I just want some atwise on what to if my childs father wants to take me to court. We are not married and we aren't together and he is no good at handling a child on his own. I have my reasons and it's his violence and a aggressive and his like n narcissist and he is n alcohol abuser and drug abuser, and now he found an agreement between me and my cousin that I agree to let her put my child of het medical aid, so I had toe say I agree to put in het custody but we weren't at a court or at a lawyar and my child isn't in her custody cause my child stays with me, I am engaged and I do everything for my little girl, so what can I do
Not let him get full custody of my child
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