Asked by SonjaT on 23-02-2022 09:10:32
Question posted in the Divorce Law category relating to Gauteng
Good Day. I need legal advise please. I recently got divorced and in the settlement agreement, I agreed to transfer my half of the property to my ex wife (my daughter stays with her, so they can keep the family home), transfer it into her name. I did agree to pay for the tranfer costs of my half into her name, but now she is in a new relationship and my half will be going to him as she cannot afford/ does not qualify to purchase the house by herself. This is not part of the agreement as it will now be going to his name and not hers as stated in the divorce agreement. Should I still pay it or do I have a legal foot to stand on to not pay it as it is not what I agreed on.
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