Mediation tomorrow-please help

Dear thedefendant:

Greetings. First, if you had no relationship with him prior to the date of separation, then what evidence does she have that you alienated the relationship? If you did not have sex with him prior to their divorce, then she also does not have you for criminal conversation.

As far as the evidence of him having sex with someone other than you during the marriage, that only helps your case to show that you were not the one that destroyed the natural love and affection in their marriage. Good luck.

Janet L. Fritts
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I am the defendant in a aoa/cc claim. I am now married to plaintiff’s husband. We did not have an affair while he was married and exwife has no proof that we did. However, she has info on him that he may have had extra-marital relations prior to meeting me. Can any of that influence whether or not I would have to pay her anything? Also, I do not plan on settling with her and I am assuming this will go to a jury hearing. If so, is anything admissable in court regarding his activities prior to meeting me- if they have nothing at all to do with me?