facts: STBX is 6 weeks moved out, refuses signing sep agree believing in reconciling, makes about 50% of my income, has threatened AA-CC due to email conversations with out of state party, no children of marriage.
STBX’s actions when breaking in to email and reading them has broken trust that cannot be restored and therefore I wish for a divorce. Affection has been displayed since initial discovery of email conversations. STBX’s reactions and deeds are cause of desire for separation with intent to divorce.
1)Must i worry about alimony?
2)Are either AA or CC claims viable when the 3rd party is not an NC resident nor has been in this state in over 20 years.
3)If I move out of state and establish residency in another, and choose to divorce on an shortened timeline, am I still subject to the possiblilty of AA-CC claims?
Is the 3 year statute of limitations admissable on someone who is no longer a resident?
To prove CC intercourse must be proved (correct? ) To prove AA then malicious intent must be proven on the paramour. How is this possible if a spouse seeks out and pursues the paramour?
The 3rd party is a former relationship that existed well before the current marriage and written contact was maintained during marriage without knowledge of STBX, later telephone contact was initiated.
The scary part of AA-CC is that it seems if you had met anyone before or during your marriage and a relationship develops afterward or during the separation period that you could be setup for a lawsuit.
- Is this really the case?
This is sad since these laws are put into place for people who cant handle rejection or admit that they did something to cause their spouse to go outside the marriage for either emotional or physical support.