I got married in 2009 with a pre nup agr...

Asked by rufus101 on 17-09-2018 11:44:12
Question posted in the Divorce Law category relating to Gauteng
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I got married in 2009 with a pre-nup agreement with accrual. We separated in 2015 & drafted a settlement agreement ito assets & kids parental plan.I also have the family court endorsement for the parental plan

In 2017 she contested the settlement agreement amount & also primary custody of the kids. The house we stayed in was bought in my name with no contribution from her. I sold the same house in 2016 & bought another where I currently stay with the kids. in the 4 years we have been separated she has paid zero amounts ito kids welfare.

my rough calctions on the accrual of assets is much less than her contributions to the kids welfare i.e(she now owes me more than any claim on the accrual amount).

We have reached an impasse & have been for a court date since the beginning of the year. what claims. if any, does she have in the event we get a court date?

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