My wife wants an uncontested divorce, sh...

Asked by Inshan on 06-01-2020 13:38:34
Question posted in the Divorce Law category relating to Western Cape
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My wife wants an uncontested divorce, she's threatening me to sign an affidavit saying that I'll give her what she wants. 20 k per month and the house. If I don't sign the affidavit she's going to get me fired in the UAE and possibly start a case there to get me imprisoned. How legal will this affidavit be

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Posted by Att. Patrick on 06-01-2020 22:57:58

Hi there and thank you for your question,

I am a practicing attorney based in South Africa. I see that you've asked a question but have not made any deposit for your question. I will try to assist you briefly with your question but please, if you would like more information, make a deposit and then we can continue the chat!

An affidavit is just a written statement made by you, under oath, in which you record certain information. It can be used in court proceedings as evidence of what you said. 

Looking forward to assisting you further - if you would like.

Good luck and best regards,

CaseLaw

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