Criminal conversation


#1

You can sue her from criminal conversation, it is so expensive because not a lot of attorney’s do this type of litigation, and those that do are highly specialized. You are paying for their experience. People do not generally win large recoveries for criminal conversation, so it is generally not worth it to file.

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#2

If a spouse left the home, bought a new house, invited girl friend to move in and freely admits this then why isn’t this a simple case of criminal conversation if I bring this against the girlfriend. Do I have to show that their adultery has caused me some harm? It actually did force me to terminate my job as both spouse and girlfriend work in the same field and it made an intolerable work environment. I have a specialized degree and I now have to move in order to find an equivalent shop or just not work or take a lower paying job(which I did). Our youngest is 10 so I do not wish to relocate. Why would this type of case cost so much to litigate?