My daughter currently 17 years of age li...

Asked by Madre on 09-09-2021 14:45:49
Question posted in the General Law category relating to Western Cape

My daughter currently 17 years of age living in the Western Cape, her dad in Piet Retief Mpumalanga has stopped paying her Maintenance monies for the past 3 months with no reason. Our Maintenance file is in Piet Retief and we are currently residing in Gansbaai. For the past 3 months I have been trying to contact the court in Piet Retief with regards to the situation with no luck. What am I to do?

Answer to the Question

Posted by Andrew on 10-09-2021 18:53:15

Hi there,

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You need to go to the maintenance court for Gansbaai, and ask them to request the original file from Piet Retief. It will take some months, but it will eventually be transferred to the maintenance court for Gansbaai (which I think is the Hermanus Magistrates Court).

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