My spouse had an affair during one of her many out of the country business trips with a colleague who resides in the country she visited/worked in - for an extended period.
Months before the trip, they engaged in many phone, text and other e-communications although not sexual in nature, they seem to indicate the development of an intimate relationship. These communications took place in many locations as she traveled, and while she worked out of her home office in NC.
She is now seeking a divorce.
She has not admitted to the affair! But I found emails, texts, etc; on her hard drive.
What rights, if any, do I have to pursue Alienation of Affection? Since the actual affair took place in a foreign country, and the individual lives in this foreign country, does the ‘long-arm’ extend to that country?