Greetings. Wow…first, I am not sure what you mean by some of your terms and I am not sure you have given me all the facts I need to make any statements.
What is “discover” - do you mean discovery (as in interrogatories and request for production of documents)?
How long were you married?
When you say divorce proceedings, do you mean that you filed for absolute divorce or that you filed for alimony and equitable distribution.
Is your spouse still deployed?
If your husband had sex with someone other than you prior to divorce, then yes it is adultery. Yes, his mother’s actions may be enough for a claim of alienation of affection, but you would have a difficult time proving that case. Thank you.
Janet L. Fritts
Attorney with Rosen Divorce
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Raleigh, North Carolina 27607
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