Dear Sir Madam.My name is Bongi, i am 32...

Asked by Bongi@32 on 08-03-2018 11:43:28
Question posted in the Family Law category relating to Gauteng
Question value: R 100.00

Dear Sir / Madam. My name is Bongi, i am 32 years and living in (East rand) Gauteng, i would like to ask if is it possible to get a Court order for my mother the reason for me to do that, she is refuse to tell me my father's identity and besides that i don't understand her because she is hiding me to her marriage i mean she keeps saying to the people i am not her child, so the reason for me i feel rejected and really i am tired this kind of life, please note not that i want her love the only thing i want is truth, justice especial regard this matter, and note i am not even allow to go to her place as i mention earlier if she is hiding so i really don't know the truth sometimes its like there's something is fishing about this because i have asked people around her like her mother, my uncles and my aunties so no one knows they keep say she just come with me where she was. i believe once she disclose the truth about my father's identity all truth will come out. please please please assist me i am really disparate. your quick advise and assistance regards this matter will be highly appreciated!

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