Our expert says:
You need a legal opinion to understand your ( and his !) rights and obligations, and how best to protect your interests. If you worked together to build the house, you surely have some right to it, or to a share of the proceeds of selling it.
Often the spouse who is accusing the other of haing affairs, is actually the one who is doing so in reality, and I wonder about him in this respect.
Again, legal advice is needed ( check out whether there is a free law clinic available throuh your nearest law school ) - but if you separated, married or not ( and I think traditional marriage also involves legal responsibilities for him ) he would be responsible if a court heard the matter, for paying maintenance for the children
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