I’ve heard it’s a bad idea to contact the person my partner cheated with. I’m considering an attorney but is this a good or bad idea?
Generally, the best course of action is to have an attorney contact the paramour with a letter that places a “litigation hold” on that person and directs that person that there may be litigation in the future due to his/her affair and that he/she shall not destroy, delete, dispose, etc. of any evidence related to the affair with your spouse.
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