No. Based on the information I do not believe so. Also, the child has a right to support from your husband and if she seeks child support your husband may be ordered to pay.Ask a similar question
No, I don't think you have a claim against her for pain and suffering.
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No. Florida does not recognize an action for alienation of affections, which is the name for the type of lawsuit that you are considering.
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The cause of action for alienation of affections was abolished decades ago.
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