I am going to repeat something I mentioned in my very first post on this board, as it provides background for my question:
To add to the above, the entire topic of an “open marriage” first came into play because she had been spending a lot of time socializing with her boss after work, and an obvious attraction developed between the two of them. They did not have sexual relations that I know of, but I know they discussed it and there was an obvious emotional relationship. She confessed to me that he had tried to talk her into having an affair.
My question is - would seeking any sort of damages against either her boss (based on alienation of affection laws) or her lover (based on alienation of affection and/or criminal conversation) potentially be worth my time/money? I believe she is still with her lover, which in my understanding is enough evidence to prove that they were together before the date of separation.
I always thought this sort of thing was petty, but she left me in a very rough situation here. As always, thoughts are appreciated.