Alienation of affection questions?


#1

Dear doodle819:

Greetings. Not quite - the spouse needs some proof/information that shows your involvement with their spouse. For example, the spouse needs to have evidence that you had significant and sustained contact with the wife/husband. Also a separation agreement with a third party waiver may also be the solution that you seek. Thank you.

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#2

Let me get this straight? If you decide to marry someone who has been recently divorced (within a 3 year period) but you knew the person while they were married and had a connection, however never acted on it. The EX has 3 years to sue you if they believe you were the cause of their marital break up. SO you should not get involved within 3 years of someone getting a divorce if you knew them while they were married and the spouse does not care for you?

What does it take for an ex spouse to file an alienation of affection suit against the third party?