Can you ask you x husband to assist fina...

Asked by Monica Horn on 12-02-2015 13:57:48
Question posted in the Family Law category relating to Gauteng
Question value: R 300.00

Can you ask you x husband to assist financially to get a bigger place for you and the kids?
Is there a maintenance law that states that the kids must stay in the same inviroment as before the divorce.
He is paying me maintenance for booth boys R1500 p child. Both boys are staying with me since last year Aug after he assulted the oldest. The welfare took the kids and put them in my care. I am staying is a small 2 bedroom flat that I bought 2 years ago. My one son stayed with me for 3 years and went to his dad last year January. Now bith boys 14 & 16 have to share a room and it;s a disater. The oldest assualted his brother that stiches had to be inserted into his head.

They fight constantly and are in eachothers space. The flat is too small and I can't affiord a bigger place.

Is there something in the maintenance law that I can ask for financial assiatnce for a bigger place?

Please let me know?

Monica

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