to whom it may concern I have a maintena...

Asked by Anonymous on 08-04-2018 07:46:54
Question posted in the Family Law category relating to Gauteng
Question value: R 0.00

to whom it may concern 

I have a maintenance matter that that's ongoing now since last year March the matter was kicked out... I went to the court again as of February of this year for a reduction but we still at it...  i've ever since remarry October of 2017 bought a house etc... I've asked for a reduction but the randburg magistrate court but everytime this lady at the court stops at my bond and doesn't want to proceed further... she is bias in taking the woman's part as the woman child I share a child with can't even provide a lease agreement or school statements showing who pays the school fees... the court made an order that R4919.49 is deducted from my salary through a garnish order... when the order was made I was a single entity... right now I'm married and have other obligations... can you guys please advise as to what to do in this instance as nothing that the woman that i share a child with is taken into consideration... she wants to milk me for money that she's misusing on her and not on her child...

my number is 0837091084 and my email address is ***BLOCKED-EMAIL-ADDRESS*** 

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