A of A


#1

Sorry carrying on with …


#2

The answer depends on many factors. It would depend first on whether your Husband’s relationship with this woman was responsible for the demise of your marriage. Your husband’s involvement with her must be the reason that there is no other affection in your marriage.

You may be able to sue her in this state, but she must have certain minimum contacts with this state. You would need to review the specifics with an attorney to find out if North Carolina had jurisdiction over this issue.

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#3

If my spouse is caring on with another women, but in a different state, could I still seek an A of A suit?