good dayi have been divorced for 5 almos...

Asked by newwife on 10-06-2019 12:09:26
Question posted in the Family Law category relating to North West
Question value: R 300.00

good day

i have been divorced for 5 almost 5 years now

i have reacently lost my job, due to an vehicle accident (medical Reasons)

i am currenlty still booked for 2 more months ( a total of 5 months)

i do have an income protector, that paid my montly salary

but when the docter declares me fit to work, that policy willexpire

1  the mother now wants more maintenance,

2 i do have a dread disease policy, that paid out an little bit of money, and i am tryaing to use that money to start something in order to support myself and fiance

3 i currently pay R3000 a month for 1 child, medical aid, and half the school fees and any other expense relating to schools expenses, half of

how do i go about reducing my maintenance

can she lay claim on the money i received from the dread disese policy

does she have to provide slips for the expenses she incurres for raising the child

i know what she spends the current maintenaqnce on, and 80% is spent on fuel

can i reduce my maintenance, and what is my chances?

and how do i go about doing that, or do i have to get an attaorney first

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