Asked by Theresa on 21-07-2021 15:38:54
Question posted in the Family Law category relating to Western Cape
My divorce agreement court order of almost a year ago needs a variation the pension fund called gepf wants it in percentage or they say other things is wrong with the court order to payout. I am still sitting in a Abusive home till I get money to move out our home after 21 years. I been trying to get a free lawyer but no one wants to help me. Lawyers ask me R7000 or R15,000 that I do not have. I will pay a lawyer if we can work out a payment plan.
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Posted by Att. Patrick on 23-07-2021 13:36:51
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Is your ex-husband in agreement with the variation of the divorce order? Have you discussed it with him? i.e. If you agree to the variation then I can be paid out and I can move out of the house.
When were you divorced?
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