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rights as to adultery [lawsuit]to marital predator

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Under the Radar Member
While NC allows alienation of affection suits, you need to know what you're getting into before proceeding. For starters, $$$. You'll need to prove that the only reason for the adultery was the person you're suing. And you can expect every portion of your private life to be opened for public consumption as the other side will try to show that there were cracks already there. Do you really want to expose your family to that? At the end of the day, your spouse chose to betray the vows s/he made on your wedding day. That has nothing to do with the other person.


Senior Member
guardianwolf said:
what are my rights in the state of NC as to suing someone for causing marital dysfunction through adultery.

**A: I leave you with these 2 sayings- anybody can sue anyone for anything and it takes 2 to tango. Read between the lines.


Senior Member
HomeGuru said:
**A: no, because there was marital dysfunction between the sheets.
Ahhhh, guess he never heard...

blue pill in the morning, Sailor take warning...
blue pill at night, salior be alright :D

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