Webinar – POWERS OF COURT TO CONVICT A PARENT IN RELATION TO CONTACT.

Presented by: Adv Chris Maree, Adv Shawn Meyer, Adv Anneme Korf and Marici M Corneli

There may be situations where one parent might feel the need to restrict contact of one parent albeit with good grounds or not. What however happens when there is a standing court order or a parenting plan which has been made an order of court?

 

How would the actions of one parent withholding contact be viewed by a court of law and what are the possible repercussions for such a parent when the right procedure is not followed.

 

Although a parent may at times feel that he/she is acting in the best interest of the minor child/ren there are serious consequences to a parent who withholds or frustrates the contact of another parent, this not only holds true in terms of contempt of court but also in the ambit and application of the Children’s Act 38 of 2005.

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