Asked by Engella on 02-09-2021 13:02:15
Question posted in the Divorce Law category relating to Free State
Good day,, my name is Engella, i really want some assistance or advise please, i got divorced in 2014, with the ruling of the high court in Bloemfontein they ruled that he must pay me maintenace on the first of every month and he is liable for the childrens school fees, he is now not adhering with the court order, i have gone to the court where i stay and they said that they cant do anything i need to wait until he must come to court but now i cant pay anything for the children how do i go ahead with this as this is now the second month that he is not paying on time the mainteance and the second month he is not paying the child school fees.
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