Asked by michella
on 18-03-2020 15:00:36
Question posted in the General Law
category relating to Western Cape
Question value: R 100.00
hi i just received a notice of defamation letter. i did send a personal message to my soon to be ex brother in law (e-mail towards his e-amail address).
theyve been married for 14 years and she found out that last July he as at that time having and affair for 4 years. After trying and seeking counceling she left on December 22/12/2020 with her two kids and just their clothes and came to stay with us.
its been a long journey (healing time). they have 2 children of which i am also the Godmother. The 16 year old daughter is on anxiety medication also now. They are in the process of divorce but now once or twice week we see and hear of him and the woman he is having an affair with and driving her around in his family car and just having an open relationship but still denying it infront of his child and parents. They are healing and trying to move on we as a family helped my sister and 2 children to move in their own house.
and on the 13 March i did send him an e-mail: and therefore the defamation of character notice and i am not on any other social media platforms with him. must i leave it like that or get a lawayer to respond
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