Hi there. I am recently separated from m...

Asked by Linz6393 on 05-06-2018 15:01:18
Question posted in the Divorce Law category relating to KwaZulu-Natal
Question value: R 100.00

Hi there. I am recently separated from my husband. We've been married 7 years. A couple of questions I need answered please. 1 On 11 April 2011 he beat me up badly that I ended in hospital so I'm sure I could get the reports. He beat me up 3 years later when I went to stay with a friend. Is it to late to lay charges? 2. He has never paid me a sent maintenance as he says he's a pensioner and he doesn't have to. I have proof that he is now self employed plus copies of his bank statements. 3.:he cancelled my med aid today and I have diabetes. Can he do this?

I really hope I hear from you soon. 

Regards

Lindsay Meyer

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