I have been separated from my husband since Sept 2015. I have now received a letter from a solicitor informing me that my former husband is requesting spousal maintenance. He is currently reliant on a means-tested disability support pension as he has chronic health issues. He's been on disability for the whole duration of our relationship (12 years). I was the sole breadwinner during our marriage. I work 2 jobs, one full-time and one part time. I have also accumulated superannuation. My husband is now seeking spousal maintenance payments on the fortnightly basis in the sum of $200 per fortnight. The letter asked that I provide the solicitor with a current copy of my super statement so 'that we can seek our client's further instructions'. My question here does he have a basis for this claim and will I have to pay? Should I seek legal advice or ignore this letter? If he takes it further is he likely to be granted maintenance and I'll have to pay? Is there a way I can get out of paying?