Asked by Elsie on 03-01-2021 11:56:05
Question posted in the Divorce Law category relating to Gauteng
Good day . I am Elsie Ellis . I want to devorce my abuseve husband . He thretens to kill me with a punga if he sees me with somebody els . He does not want to sign the devorce papers . I fear for my life he even threnens to set my car alight if he sees me anywere . Im so afraid . What can i do just to get devorced from him .? Please help
Answer to the Question
Posted by Att. Patrick on 05-01-2021 23:26:26
I am a practicing attorney based in South Africa and I will assist you with your question. Please feel free to ask as many follow up questions in order to clarify your question. If you have a new question, you must please open a new thread.
You need to apply, at your local Magistrate's Court, for a protection order against your abusive husband. That will give you the protection that you need.
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