Asked by Keisha
on 29-07-2019 11:24:48
Question posted in the Divorce Law
category relating to Western Cape
Question value: R 100.00
My husband has left me and he had been unemployed for more than 6 months and prior 9 years as well. He doesnt want to work and uses his unemployed status as a reason not to provide for me and my children.We are still married in community of property however i am thinking that he is going to file a divorce.I would like to know if he files the divorce would i be able to claim on his mothers pension because i have been working for my children alone and he has put me through so much stress?Could you please respond via email as i would not be able to answer my phone at the moment.With Regards Keisha
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