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Unfortunately, the law does not work like that (in SA at least). There is absolutely no chanse whatsoever that you will be awarded all the assets in a divorce trial leaving your husband with nothing, no matter how bad he treated you or behaved during tha marriage.
You are automatically entitled to 50% of the company and depending on the matrominial property regime you might be entitled to half of the assets of the joint estate.
For your children you can also claim maintenance and if you are entitled to maintenance yourself, you can claim that to. If however the estate is big enough for you and him to live comfortably without needing maintenance from each other (for yourselves) then you will only be able to claim maintenance for the children.
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Any claim, sound in law that you might have against him will be enforceable. You should however distinguish any claim based on whatever cause of action with claims based on divorce and the division of assets in the divorce.
For instance, if you have a claim of theft or defamation or damages caused by assault on you against your husband, those claims can be pursued independently of the divorce. You can proceed with those claims as well.
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Then you might be able to claim back half of this sinsehe is entitled to half of the money himself.