Our expert says:
A dreadful event, but apparently the first and only time in 6 years ? Not to minimize physical abuse, but were you passive through this "really huge fight", or perhaps verbally hurtful or provocative ? My point being that it usually needs 2 to make a huge fight, and both may need to take part in solving the problem.
Its a shame that marriage counsellin hasn't been an option either of you have explored - it sounds as if, for maybe different reasons, you have both just given up.
But for him to expect you to leave immediately is unreasonably harsh, and thoughtless with regards to you as well, of course, as the children.
YOu mention a traditional marriage, but not a civil / legal ordinary mariage, but either way there are legal issues that need to be sorted out, including who owns what and how the home and its contents would be shared. You need urgent legal advice. And consider whethwer an interdict would be useful. Forcing you to move out immediately is abusive too, in its way.
It seems very reasonable for you to speak calmly to him and make it clear that there are several problems regarding proper arangements for the children, which will take time to sort out, and that you expect to stay in the home at least until that can be done suitably. And maybe discus the situartion with both his parents and your own ?
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