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Divorce: Redemption Sum

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asked on Oct 26, 2017 at 02:31
by   Choco
edited on Nov 7, 2017 at 11:27
 
I want divorce, so my husband asked for RM30,000 for divorce. I said to the Judges that I am able to pay only RM12,000 below due to my living cost was not enough but my husband refused and he still want RM30,000. He will only divorce me if he gets that amount.

For your info, I asked for divorce due to some circumstance and he agreed, but he did not mention any amount. Later, I received a letter from court saying that I have agreed with that amount and need to go to court for the case hearing. Then the judges asked us to discuss for the amount that has been agreed between both of us and come again for judgement.

My question is what should I do, if my husband still want that amount? Kindly assist. Thanks.
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answered on Oct 26, 2017 at 12:11
by   vkpc
what should i do, if my husband still want that amount?
Maybe postpone the divorce to another year then.
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answered on Oct 26, 2017 at 15:48
by   MariumLopez
What wrongdoings have you done that even the Judge would have agree that an amount should be tendered as redemption? Very very odd case..!!

If your ex-husband still insist, and if the deadlock still persists, the Judge will decide and maybe award a reasonable sum according to the Judge's computation. Sometimes maybe can be higher than what the ex-husband wants as you have acknowledge a redemption sum should be paid. "teng poh" fees is like that..

Stupid husband..!! should have asked for lifetime alimony..!!
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