Asked by Nompumelelo on 13-07-2020 06:33:53
Question posted in the Property Law category relating to KwaZulu-Natal
My name is Nompumelelo Ngobese who is a 34 year old young lady.
My mother was married to my father for more then 26 year. When they were not in good terms my father locked my mother out of our family home in Newcastle . My mother then rented a one room for her self for a while. She later find out that my father had divorced her.he sold our family home and left us homeless for a long time till today. He then remarried and bought another house with his other wife. My father did not give our mother half of her money for the house he sold without her consent. What can we do to get what belongs to our mother as she is still homeless and has been suffering from chronic stress and depression..
I look forward to hearing from you.
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