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M’sian Woman Wonders What to Do After Husband Leaves Her for Not Transferring Her Inheritance to Him


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Often times, after you get married, items that belong to you become something you share with your partner.

But, from a woman’s perspective, does this mean that her property by name should be fully transferred to her husband?

A Malaysian woman took to the SecretsMY Twitter page to anonymously confess how her husband is now no longer talking to her because she refused to transfer the house that her parents left for her to his name, despite being also persuaded by his family.

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She wrote, “I am a 26-year-old female who is an orphan, I was an only child and I am married. I late mother passed away when I was in Form 2 and my late dad passed away in December of last year (2023). Long story short, my late parents had left an inheritance of a house and a car for me. For my convenience.”

“But, my in laws and my husband has asked me to transfer the ownership of the house and the car to my husband’s name as he is the head of the family and the person who is burdened with making a living (for his family). For your information, I am also working and have my own income. I don’t find myself as a financial burden to my husband. So, I didn’t agree with the request of my in laws and husband.”


Unhappy with the decision to keep her late parents house and car under her name and in her ownership, her husband decided to move out and live at his family home. 

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“I have already made the effort to discuss and solve matters but my husband has refused. Now, I am living alone.”

“I am feeling lonely. I want to go out with my friends but they’re all so far away and they have lives of their own. I want to go out to watch a movie but I don’t have the mood. I don’t know. I don’t know what to do anymore. When I call my husband, he does not pick up. I message my husband but he does not reply. If it’s possible, I don’t want to get a divorce as I love my marriage,” she said.

The woman also added that all of this happened in a matter of the past 2 months, as her late father passed away a week after her wedding ceremony.

She also expressed how much she misses her parents.


Many have since encouraged the woman to divorce her husband due to his unsavoury behaviour towards wanting her inherited house and car, adding that a man that loves her would not force such a request upon her.

What would you do if you were in her situation? Do feel free to share your thoughts in the comment section. 


Also read: 21yo M’sian Shares How Mum Locks Her at Home & Disallows Her from Being a Part of the Outside World

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