Good DayI was arrested for assault.The p...

Asked by Anonymous on 25-03-2024 11:12:11
Question posted in the Family Law category relating to Western Cape

Good Day

I was arrested for assault.

The protection order stipulate that the portion of the children is refer to the children court.

The designated social worker was appointed by the child court.

The designated social worker did meet me and completed my report.

She did ask the person doing the therapy of the children if it is fine if I can see the children under her supervision.

She said she wants to meet and talk about it.

I did meet her and she said she will set up a gathering with the children with me. She said the children is doing good and the boy said he miss his dad out of his own.  

Know suddenly she do not take my I calls and messages after she promise.

What can i do, as they are now withhelding the children from me.

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