Alienation of Affection Question


#1

my understanding of AA is that if you have reconciled with your husband/wife then you cannot file AA - it is only if that was the situation which led to your divorce. Why would you want to dredge all of this up again anyway? Move on.


#2

Dear newberrydc:

Greetings. No, there is no personal jurisdiction against her and the behavior happened in SC. Sorry. Good luck.

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#3

There was an affair in our marriage appx 1 year ago, while we were living in SC. The marriage was great until that time, when a woman moved in on my husband after our son died and I was visiting family. Since then, there has been a huge rift in our marriage. We now live in NC. Can I file AoA against her under NC law since we are NC residents now? She lives in SC and her husband has divorced her for promiscuity (he even won full custody of his step children).