Question by  ottoe (36)

Can I sue the other woman in the affair?


Answer by  patti (29325)

Litigating against anybody for anything requires a good deal of money to bring the action. For this reason, the party being sued must have something tangible for the first party to gain. Laws vary from state to state with regard to "fault" divorce and the naming of co-respondents.


Answer by  SashaDarkCloud (5764)

No. You can't sue someone that your significant other decided to sleep with. If we could do that, do you know how much more packed the court system would be?


Answer by  worker2746 (2434)

You can sue a person at any time for liable issues and may be able to do with in an affair. First you will need to meet with an attorney to figure out exactly under what grounds you can sue the person for. Once that is done you can move forward with the case.


Answer by  Taylor (863)

Actually yes you can, odds are you have to be married however, to proceeded with your case, you will need to contact a lawyer and proceed to file your case. Watch The Price of a broken Heart (The movie) it's based on a real case.


Answer by  jalucia (936)

Not unless she has done something unlawful to you. Sleeping with your man is not unlawful. Some may get creative and find ways to sue for emotional damages, etc. If she has harrassed you, damaged your property (not your husband) or defamed your character, these might stand up in court.

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