Setting spouse up..can I?


#1

Hello, I saw my husband has a new app on his cellphone. He lets me use his phone sometimes and he is obviously careless because I saw he has a new app on his cell phone,
KIK app that is known as a cheaters app. I have installed a KIK app on my cellphone under a false name and have been talking back and forth with my husband. He thinks I am a girl who lives in Raleigh. He wants to hook up with me somewhere. Can I use this in court to prove adultry on his part? HELP! :frowning:


#2

PS He is going by his REAL name on the app.


#3

No, you will not be able to use this against him for adultery. This is because you must prove an act or acts of illicit sexual behavior that occurred during the marriage in order for it to be considered marital misconduct.

If you think this is something your husband may be doing, you may want to consider hiring a private investigator. A private investigator can legally collect the information and documentation you would need to prove an act or acts of illicit sexual behavior.

Check out our detailed article Can a Private Investigator Help My Divorce Case? for more information.


Anna Ayscue

Attorney with Rosen Law Firm Cary • Chapel Hill • Durham • Raleigh

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