Adultry in nc


#1

There is no time limit per se on adultery evidence, however, generally the evidence is only used in alimony cases or possibly an alienation of affections claim and alienation of affections does have a three year time limitation. Alimony claims need to be settled or filed before divorce.

Lisa M. Angel
Board Certified Family Law Specialist
The Rosen Law Firm
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#2

Does adultry have a time limit if a spouse didn’t know about it untill recently?If there were witnesses to the affair and revealed details about it,could this change a alimony suit? Do I need more proof it occured in 1993 ,many times. PLease help gp