My wife and I are have been working thru our church Pastor for counseling for marital situation. I decided to seek outside counseling and essential left the church due to discomfort with the Pastors approach. My wife continues seek the counseling from the church Pastor. The Pastor has counseled my wife to divorce and decide separation. The Pastor made a call to police to start a file on me to support the divorce request. The local police came did there due diligence and reports stated both parties my wife and I were at no fault. My Pastor came to my house and watched the police ask me to leave per protocol for a few hours. Due to the excessive involvement can I sue my Pastor for third party collusion that seems to separation of my
Marriage? Can I sue for Alienation of affection? My sons witnessed this and my wife is being influenced I believe ever since I walked away from our church ministry. The Pastor also is involved with our finances and many other affairs. It’s causing a great deal of distress on my family
Unfortunately, you cannot sue the Pastor. You should distance your self from the Pastor as much as possible. If your wife is determined to file for divorce, you should consult with an attorney to discuss your rights and options.
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