What evidence do you need to prove adultery for alimony purposes, and for a potential Alienation of Affection and Criminal Conversation suit?
Do illicit sexual acts constitute adultery? For the sake of legalities just what are illicit sexual acts?
I began suspecting my husband of an improper relationship with another married woman. As such, I began keeping detailed records of the volume of phone calls and durations of these calls between him and her. I also placed a voice activated recorder in his vehicle (this vehicle belongs to my company), and I have recorded him telling a friend about this relationship. These conversations describe her behavior as being seductive, etc. They also detail my husbands pursuit of her because of her actions towards him. There are discussions of sexual contact, but not sexual intercourse.
I have since made my husband leave the home as my suspicions were confirmed to me by this friend. Are the recordings or testimony of another enough to prove, at the least, Alienation of Affection?
As far as sexual intercourse, I’m very sure they’ve indulged. At this point, what would I need to prove criminal conversation? Photos? Videos? Admission from one party? Can I record any admissions for later use?