Alienation of Affection and Criminal Conversation


#1

Hello my husband and I got married a year ago today. My husband has been involved with a female from the beginning of the marriage and recently i became aware of this. I have the e-mails and voice msgs of their planning and plotting to come together. He has been lying telling me he is so in love and he recently just deployed due to military. He calls me and says that he doesn’t want the marriage and him and this female had been setting me up. I am hurt cause I’ve known him for over 11 years and this is something they have been planning behind my back. Now they are laughing and I have her admitting that they are wrong to hurt me and she did break up my marriage. They also were planning to be together before he ever married me and have proof so why he waste my time I’m not sure, just one big painful game. I want help and I read about the above subject do I have a case or maybe I can get this marriage annulled. Also when we got married he was unemployed so he has been living off of me and it has me in debt so I need an attorney that is willing to know that we can get money from him to pay for these issues. He is now in the military and they advised me to get my own attorney, he has shut me off from the finances, but his commander is making sure of allotment for me, so please I need help now, answers for all the hurt and damage that has been plotted against me.


#2

The marriage does not qualify for an annulment and I am afraid that based on the facts you list an alienation claim is not viable. If your spouse never had the proper affection for you, it would be difficult to prove this woman alienated his affections. If you can prove the two of them have engaged in sexual intercourse, a claim for criminal conversation could be successful.

If he is the dependant spouse and you can prove he has had an affair, you will not owe him alimony, but you cannot get any money from him as retribution for his behavior as the laws do not provided that type of relief.


#3

I got your reply but my husband was in love with me as he was telling me. He contacted this lady in April and was talking down on me to her, to win her over. He was not affectionate to me only when I suspected things to keep me quiet. How can you just marry someone and live with them then start an outside relationship behind your wife’s back. Not just with this one woman but with others. You sure I don’t have a case.


#4

[quote=“Erin Clarey”]The marriage does not qualify for an annulment and I am afraid that based on the facts you list an alienation claim is not viable. If your spouse never had the proper affection for you, it would be difficult to prove this woman alienated his affections. If you can prove the two of them have engaged in sexual intercourse, a claim for criminal conversation could be successful.

If he is the dependant spouse and you can prove he has had an affair, you will not owe him alimony, but you cannot get any money from him as retribution for his behavior as the laws do not provided that type of relief.[/quote]

I got your reply but my husband was in love with me as he was telling me. He contacted this lady in April and was talking down on me to her, to win her over. He was not affectionate to me only when I suspected things to keep me quiet. How can you just marry someone and live with them then start an outside relationship behind your wife’s back. Not just with this one woman but with others. You sure I don’t have a case.
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#5

I got your reply but my husband was in love with me as he was telling me. He contacted this lady in April and was talking down on me to her, to win her over. He was not affectionate to me only when I suspected things to keep me quiet. How can you just marry someone and live with them then start an outside relationship behind your wife’s back. Not just with this one woman but with others. You sure I don’t have a case.
faithngod

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#6

I did not mean to say you don’t have a case at all, just not the best alienation case. I would suggest you consult with a lawyer in person to review the specifics of your case, evidence you have etc, before you decide whether or not to move forward.