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Posted by: anon | 2011/03/23

What to do when ex is not working?

My ex has stopped working since December. I havent received a cent of support from him since. He is ofcourse claiming that he is trying to find work which i know he is not. He is a director in a company, i also heard he is trying to start something up on the side as well. I had went to court and filed for non payment but nothing has happened. I have been collecting proof that he is still living a life of luxury, plus the proof where it states he is a director, with this information what can i do? He has recently relocated to another province. I still went to the police station and they also have done nothing? Who do i go to with the information i have?? This is for child maintenance. Thank you.

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You will have to go to the maintenance court in the area where your child reside and demand that an investigation be held into his affairs.

Bertus Preller
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Posted by: ME | 2011/03/29

Take his parents to court. If he cannot support you then they will have to. Look up this judgement - it happened in Simonstown, WCape

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Posted by: family law expert | 2011/03/23

You will have to go to the maintenance court in the area where your child reside and demand that an investigation be held into his affairs.

Bertus Preller
B.Proc; AD Dip L Law
Family Law Attorney
Abrahams and Gross Inc.
A:1st Floor, 56 Shortmarket Street, Cape Town
O: +27 (0) 21 422 1323
F: 086 572 8373
E: bertus@divorceattorney.co.za; W: www.divorceattorney.co.za; Twitter: www.twitter.com/edivorce; Facebook: www.facebook.com/divorceattorneys

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