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Assuming your wife lives in NC, then she can still sue your alleged paramour for alienation of affection even if this person lives out of state. If you wife lives in VA, then she can sue your alleged paramour in NC if the alleged paramour lives in NC.
The alleged paramour can defend a NC alienation of affection claim by proving there was no love and affection between you and your wife or that this person was not aware you were married.
Check out our Infidelity and Alienation of Affection article for detailed information.
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