Parental Rights and Responsibilities
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In terms of the Children's Act 38 0f 2005, a person may either have full or specific parental rights and responsibilities in respect of a child. The Act makes provision for rights and responsibilities of mothers, married and unmarried fathers.
The legitimate status of a child in respect of reproductive medicine is often complex . The acquisition and or loss of parental rights and responsibilities have to be addressed in a complex legal agreement. Advice in context of the regulations and relevant Act, and a precise understanding of fertility law is vital, as to ensure the best legal outcome.
Information in this article is not intended as legal advice and is only for informational purposes. Please seek legal guidance from Adele van der Walt before relying on this information to make any legal decisions.