If I have photos of my husband being on a dating website claiming he is single,while he is married and photos of him with displayed affection with another woman while he is married can I be entitled to alimony? I also have a disability case pending...can I go after the other lady for alienation of affection??
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Using Avvo's "Find a Lawyer" tool, you will have no problem finding good family law or civil litigation attorneys in and near Gaston County. You might have a case for alienation of affections, but in order to prevail you must show, among other things, that your relationship with your husband truly was "alienated" or destroyed as a result of the other woman. Also, merely "displaying affection" for someone else would not entitle you to damages for alienation of affection or criminal conversation, nor would it be justification for alimony. Specific facts are very important here, so you should discuss your potential claims with an attorney. After your initial consultation, you will have a better conception of your legal rights and remedies. I wish you the very best.
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