Any rights at all. We are married without accrual so I don't have claim on anything that is on his name. Since he has the affair and moved out, don't I have some claim on anything?
Yes, a son from my previous marriage (16) and a daughter from this marriage (11).
We have an unsigned agreement between us. I stay in his house until 2015 when my son finishes school. He pays the house, my car, all my daughter's expenses as well as R2000 alimony. After 2015 when I have to move out, he agreed that he will give me R100k to use as a deposit on a house for myself. He is pushing that my daughter does not move out with me but stay with him when he and his girlfriend move back in. I presume I will loose the R2000 alimony he will be paying. He is delaying in signing the agreement saying he is not in a hurry.
No nothing as yet. As I said he is not in a hurry, but have moved on with this other woman and I am left behind with the kids.
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