Asked by EricaL
on 01-06-2018 23:49:09
Question posted in the Family Law
category relating to Gauteng
Question value: R 100.00
The father of my child threatens to sue me for full custody of our child whenever he doesn't get his way. I asked him do u know how they can aword full custody to the father he said yes if the father has blackmail on the mom or if she uses drugs and drinks and is a bad mom. But I am not one of those and i not know what he means by blackmail. We both have lawyer and we busy with a parenting plan but he fights me on everything. So its his weekend with her and because I asked for supervised visitation by my mom' house I told him he should visit here there and he got upset and said now things are gona get ugly and he will sue me for full custody. Can he and in which cases can a court allow a father full custody. Cause I know for a fact I'm a good mom. He as a father stepped out on us his family a couple of times just to go on boys weekends and lol.
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