My wife asked for a seperation, and send...

Asked by Rudy on 28-05-2019 10:45:56
Question posted in the Divorce Law category relating to Gauteng
Question value: R 0.00

My wife asked for a seperation, and send me an email stating she wants it en told me she wants me to move out of the house and take the furniture i need, by they way she talks she have been in another relationship for over 2 years, there might be a posibility that the children isnt mine as well because she has been unfaithful a couple of times before, please feel free to phone me on 060 885 5908, i am also in posesion of her hand writen copy of her game plan that she wanted to do and how she wanted to play on my feelings untill i break.please let me know

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