Asked by Anonymous
on 08-08-2018 15:27:27
Question posted in the General Law
category relating to Limpopo
Question value: R 0.00
I am 24year old and have been living with my husband since 2015. He made me quit my job and move out of my flat to live with him in Limpopo. He has been the source of finance since we agreed verbally that he would give me 10000 rands allowance. He did that for dome months. He kept saying we would get married once there was a child. But all my pregnancies ended on miscarriages or rather the baby dying. I have Barried 3babies in total. I visited my family in Swaziland around march, he only gave me transport money to reach home. When I contacted him to say I am coming back he told me there is no more place for me in the house. He has found another woman. He took my clothes out and left me stranded with no house and no money. Even the car he bought for me as a gift, he took it. Now I have to start life over from zero and yet I did everything for this man while I lived with him. Cooking, cleaning, ironing and all. I know I would be far with my life had he allowed me to work. Now I need him to give me my car and a place to live. He should mantain me since I can't get my old job back. What can I do?
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