Hi I am hoping ro get some clarity re th...

Asked by Andre on 16-10-2020 14:13:58
Question posted in the Divorce Law category relating to Western Cape
Question value: R 200.00

Hi I am hoping ro get some clarity re the rights of the husband/father when it comes to divorce. My wife had her second affair recently. We have 2 youngish kids. I want ro know if she can take our house- all our money is in it.

Also for what reason can she withold my kids from me.She claims to have gotten a interdict against me 1,5yrs ago but I did not receive anything. Could this count against me?

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Posted by Att. Patrick on 19-10-2020 14:33:01

Hi there,

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No, she can't just take everything, including your house. She is talking rubbish. 

What she is entitled to does come down to if you are married in community of property or out. 

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