ok, this law does seem interesting to me although I do not believe that it is valid in the state of Georgia.
My plight is this...my husband has a girlfriend, online no less, that he is planning to meet. This woman does know that he is married and I know this because I have spoken to her. I told her that her involvment in our lives was ruining our marriage. She was totally indifferent. And even told me that she would not stop begging him to meet her, regardless of our marriage. She is even paying for the meeting to take place as our funds are not so great.
The real kicker in all of this is that she is also married, but her husband lives in bliss....as in ignorance. He called me and told me that he didn't have a problem with his wife and my husband meeting, "they are only friends". They are not only friends and I told her husband this, but he chose not to believe me. You may ask, how do I know that they are not only friends? The Instand messages and emails that I have seen is how I know and also, my husband has told me that he is in love with her.
I absolutely agree with the statements made saying that the husband is not innocent in all of this. And I do plan to make him pay if it indeed comes to that...but if it does, I wish that I could make her pay also for her very selfish uncaring attitute in regards to my marriage.
With the way things look, she will get to continue living her splendid mid western life with her husband and children, while I either have to swallow my pride and take back a cheating husband or file for divorce, breaking both mine and my daughter's hearts. As if mine wasn't already broken.
Call it spite, revenge, or whatever you want...if she were an unknowing innocent in this I wouldn't feel this way, but given her knowledge I think she should pay for her ways and so should he.