Alienation with a Twist


#1

Has your ‘other’ left you? Or are you still married?

If you’re still married AofA would not apply, but the Criminal Conversation would. However, if you’re planning on staying with your ‘other’, I do not see the benefit of suing anyone.


#2

In order to prove alienation of affection you must prove that you had a happy marriage and as a result of the actions of a thirty party your spouses affections were alienated from you. If you and your spouse have reconciled that generally negates any claim you might have to alienation of affection.

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#3

Here’s the situation:

My other slept with someone before we were married, but engaged. The cheating stopped before we got married, but started again with the same individual a few years after we got married. My other says they were/are in love with me. Can I go after the other person for Alienation of Affection and what proof do I need?

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