Asked by Veronique
on 07-05-2020 06:57:03
Question posted in the General Law
category relating to Eastern Cape
Question value: R 150.00
My husband opened a company in 2014 before I met him. He tried everything with the company everything went wrong multimedia, embroidery. We married in Jan 2019 he wanted me to help build embroidery business I said not my passion I suggested lets do multiple purpose & services. He was keen and excited for my ideas and said we'll I'll make you a director too my wife this never happened but it wasn't a big deal that we didn't handle it immediately we are married in community of property. So 2019 I was so busy building the company and everything in the business went well my husband was happy I didn't notice money just disappear I tract where some were send airtime etc woman that denied ever knowing him. I confronted him about this lady friend he is doing work for but he handles the invoices but I never see the payments then I realised I'm not the only woman in my husband life. Immediate when I took him on confronted him exposed the situation to church leaders my husband moved out of the house. He kicked me out of the company by changing bank cards, changing email password so I cannot send quotes or invoices we use one email, I no longer get notifications from the bank on my phone. He tells me is his company is his money can he just kick me out like this out of the company we build?
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