How to avoid maintenance

How to avoid maintenance

The South African land redistribution programme has come under intense scrutiny in, of all places, the UK family courts where a financial whiz-kid, Julien Hammerson, and his South African accountant, Pieter Nel,  have been tripped up telling some interesting yarns. 

The yarns all appear to have been aimed at reducing the magnitude of child maintenance that Hammerson might have to pay his former girlfriend.

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Submitted by : Pete Swanepoel of MONTCLAIR on 2012-09-04 08:01:08
Be interesting to see who the villain is: The financial whiz kid or the lawyer. My money's on: Both. (Well, actual money on neither, but you know what I mean...)


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