Qtv Telugu 11 June 2020
G.L.N. Prasad (Retired employee.) 12 June 2020
Contact your family friend/relative that can explain the problem to ex-spouse and if she is really understanding she may agree. If she is also having such commitments now, she may not agree. There should be mutual discussions and some arrangements of paying the balance amount at a particular date like promissory note supported by a cheque next year with such agreement may work out. Contact local advocates. It all depends on intentions and beg, steal or borrow and settle the issue once for all if you wanted to have mental peace. In modern days, the word 'Trust" disappeared.
P. Venu (Advocate) 12 June 2020
You can inform the ex-wife of the situation. If she moves the court, you may try to apprise the Court of the situation and seek time and/or reduced instalments.
Dr J C Vashista (Advocate) 13 June 2020
Explain the situation / changed circumstances to your wife for change in terms and conditions settled for payment of alimony which she may agree to forgo, modify or agree for EMI.
Take prior permission of the Family Court on oral /written application to amend the terms and conditions of settlement arrived for lump sum payment.
Parasar 14 June 2020