Alienation of Affection and Crim Conversation case


#1

[}:)]Good morning, Im an 29yrs female, and I have just recently find out that my husband of 4yrs had been cheating on and on top of all that, they have an baby that was just born on 7/15. Now Im truly pissed. Im presently in therapy with my husband b/c some part of my wanted to make it work. But if is not working, b/c I just can not get over the situation. Now I have not filed for separation or divorce from him yet. But I was wondering about the steps for filing an alienation of affection lawsuit against her. I know that it will never erase the pain and argue I have from them but it would make me feel better to know that she now she Im not to be played with.

Please help!!! Thank you


#2

First I am very sorry for the both of you I know how you feel I am going through it myself and I hate it I had 17yrs with this loser and she did this not just to me but my family well the out come is what matters.
I am suing the low life right unless I can get something in return and I maybe getting I hope tiem will tell
Suing is not easy takes a long time and money and the hurt that you must go through for this time. Now this I heard the amount is based on the there income I heard a man in this state won over 600K the highest ever. He was a doctor if they have nothing you get nothing but a judgement but now you can go higher by making her life bad she cannot own nothing because you can take but again the long hard raod and the hurt that you must live.
I do not want that just to move on and be happy and I will get what I want and that I will do in time
Good luck and God Bless


#3

Mine was settled out of court 8/14/06…


#4

qebjr, i can imagine it must be a painful and long process. can you share any of the experience? is your AA case part of divorce or a separate one?

for me, i’m not sure if i even have a case. i’m so depressed while trying to work things out. i have a hard time to focus on my job and many other things. any recommendation for a good therapist?

life sucks.


#5

I’d like to know a little of your situation to compare to my dilema. I have posted my situation and requested real/legal advice.

Thanks
Randy
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Originally posted by gebjr
[br]Mine was settled out of court 8/14/06…

#6

My story can be found on WRAL-ALienation of Affections George Berg…
It was very difficult, You go back thru time with all the evidence and phone logs, e-mails, passports and such and you realize that there was somebody else there for 2-1/2 years…births, deaths, first day of schools…etc etc.
We are still awaiting official paternity test of the twins to straighten that out, and preparing the other lawsuit as well for the other issue…

What is funny is just recently she was trying to come back.Following the money trail I guess…

I have a real good shrink… I cannot discuss the settlement other than to say is was settled…He will think of me for quite awhile…
I am available as a consultant… I have learned alot…


#7

What are your thoughts of my situation, I know your only hearing one side, Id like to no your thoughts RIK

I am interested in obtaining information or real world experiences involving Alienation of Affection/ Criminal Conversation lawsuits in
NC. I have read the legal site information, but would like to hear success/failure stories from actual participants and legal professionals.

Here is little of my case history.
My wife (separated since 4Aug 05) and her male co-worker, began an affair around March o5. When we separated, I was very genorious
(75% of profit from home sale (sold at a lost) , $800.00 per month child support70% over what was required, all home funishings, paid for dental, kept family on healthcare plan retired military and too many other benefits to list). As many of my friends told me I was not very smart.
We’ll I was lead to believe we would separate to work on marriage challenges. Needless to say I didn’t know about the office relationship until Nov 2006, which would have made the entire separation much different. The individual’s wife had private investigators confirm these event, which resulted in the (individual confessing and agreeing to her term of their separation). The wife of the individual is alleged to be suing my wife and the firm they works for. This was proberly the only reason I found out about the full history of this issue. My wife has admitted all.
It seems everyone has paid an emotional and finacial cost except her co-worker.

My questions are how do I protect myself and kids (house, savings ect.which are small compared to the other individuals)but hard earned,from her lawsuit (wife of co-worker)?

  1. Should I be exploring alienation of affection / criminal conversation, lawsuit against the individual (co-worker), I have nothing but empathy for the wife as we both were lied and decieved by both our spouses.

  2. My wife admitted to being a willing participate as she was told, when the co-worker left his wife they would live togther. This became a nightmare,once the co -workers wife threaten to go to the CEO of their company and presented proof of the affair. And of course he ran back home to protect his finances.
    Does her willingness to participate effect a AA/CC case?

I am sorry for the lenght of my post, but the whole issue is totally repugnate. I feel for their kids, my kids, his wife and even my wife, who was caught at a very weak point and hoodwinked. I would love to move on and will, but we’ve all made mistakes and accountability must be evenly divided.

quote:
[i]Originally posted by gebjr[/i] [br]My story can be found on WRAL-ALienation of Affections George Berg.. It was very difficult, You go back thru time with all the evidence and phone logs, e-mails, passports and such and you realize that there was somebody else there for 2-1/2 years...births, deaths, first day of schools..etc etc. We are still awaiting official paternity test of the twins to straighten that out, and preparing the other lawsuit as well for the other issue..

What is funny is just recently she was trying to come back.Following the money trail I guess…

I have a real good shrink… I cannot discuss the settlement other than to say is was settled…He will think of me for quite awhile…
I am available as a consultant… I have learned alot…



#8

I will say this it is very hard to believe in a spouse who has lied and cheated on you not only did they cheat you they cheated on themselves this is why they can never get ahead my now ex is nothing but a loser she has lost everything what she did is wrong.
The POS even had the never to get an attorney so now I had to get one the money that was spent the time and what hurt me my sep agr is the same as the court order only that I do not have to pay for her med ins and I give her $200.00 in CS thats it I have the home the other land and everything in the house and she knows she lost it all even the buz. she lost and looks like she will lose the other one what is that old saying comes back to you 3 folds and WOW its hitting her again she has gone back to court and filed for bankruptcy when they find out that she is getting money from the settlement they are going to take that as payment what a loser and a unrepected woman bad life for her.
As far as suing someone will take a long time and lots of sleepless nights and just plan bad thoughts what a sad world we are living in. The good people is who gets hurt and its the bad ones is what needs to leave this world to make it better
Hope all had a great holiday[:)]


#9

Please disregard the above signature. I no longer work with Rosen. They are a great firm, but I moved out of the area. I was just trying to add my two cents. Best of luck.

Bert


#10

I am dealing with the same situation. My ex and I have only been seperated for less than a year and the female that the was having an affair with before we separated is now pregant. So I am seeking the same information as well. But one thing I do know is that whether I get anything or not I am going to go all the way with my sue, just to prove a point to the many women who choose to be stupid enough to get themselves involved with a married man.


#11

I have read many posts in this and other forums. I am just wondering how many people really have gone through the process for Alienation of Affection and Criminal Conversation cases. Does it really worth the money, time, and effort? My spouse had a crazy affair with a co-worker for several months. We have been trying to see if we can still work it out, but it is sooooo hard.

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