Good day,I have no income and divoce now...

Asked by cecilia on 27-08-2020 12:37:55
Question posted in the Divorce Law category relating to Gauteng
Question value: R 0.00

Good day,

I have no income and divoce now almost 2 years.  Every month I did receive a income from my ex husbund due to the fact that his pension at Liberty is not allowed to pay me out as per my High Court divorce letter.  This pension was not supposed to be put into my divorce as it is a Annuaty.  Now he said I will no longer get a sent from him, and my half of our home that my name is on the deed is also mot paid out to me.  This was also mensioned in our divorce letter.  I stand now to lose everything due to the fact that he is now stopping to pay my an ex amount and he also not going to pay my half of our property.  I'v been to a attorney but can not afford it any more an all they said is that I must take him to maintenance court and see if I can still get a paymet each month.  But as per our divorce agreement there was nothing about maintenance in letter only that I must get paid half of house and his pension, but now not one of the 2 will be done

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