Our expert says:
Well, do consult a good lawyer and check out this posibility. I haven't frankly heard of such a case in SA law, but I do know that in some other countries legal systems one can sue for "alienation of affections " or something similar. Pleased to hear Jemma's example of someone who succeeded in this sort of action, which the law really ought to provide for.
As ... says, she is unlikely to be so brazen except that she feels completely confident --- which is HIS fault. And do consider a divorce, especially if a lawyer can ensure that it is costly for your husband, to free yourself and look for the happiness in life you so obviously deserve.
Jakes case may provide a fascinating example, of one of the disadvantages to the recognition of gay relationships which has otherwise seemed like a good idea to many.
Good luck, and keep us informed as to how things go !
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