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Can you sue the woman your husband had an affair with in the state of Louisiana?

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2011-09-19 16:10:28
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No. Alienation of Affection as legal grounds for a lawsuit was abolished in Louisiana in 1927.

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There are two reasons 'Alienation of Affection and criminal conversation which unfortunately have been abolished in the State of Texas. It is your husband that is the problem (he's out hunting for women) and you should legally go after him and not the woman.




No, it is a waste of energy for you to hunt down the woman that had an affair with your husband. You are going after the wrong person! Your husband is an adult and he was at fault and he could have formed the word 'no' to any affair, yet he persisted and it is your husband that you should be communicating too and perhaps marriage counselling to help you with tools to better your marriage if you want to save it.


Ask the other woman if she says no then he is if she says yes then she is also. Why dont you just dump your husband and then you will know.


Only if you know the husband will not try and kill you


not really unless she did something physically to you



None. Having an affair is not a criminal matter for her. I don't know what country you live in, but maybe your husband is guilty of some adultery crime.


ANSWER:Did your husband had physical affair with this woman? If he did I think it's time for you to put your feet out there and tell him what is wrong with your relationship together. If he don't comply with you, then talk to that woman he work with and be person who do cares about you not wanting for her to connect with your husband anymore because he is not being honest with you.


yes of course. ________________________________ Only if if he is her husband who is licitly married to her. Otherwise, it is strictly forbidden for a Muslim woman to have sexual affair with a man who is not her husband. shia******** absolutely NO. it's Haram, even for non married Muslim women.




ANSWER:There no such things as suing another woman because your husband is having an affair with her. Your best solution is your husband, he is the one that pursue this woman. Sorry love!


You need to contact an attorney to review your situation and explain your rights and options in your jurisdictions. Alienation of affection is not grounds for action in all jurisdictions. You should also consider some factors:The woman owed you no duty to preserve your marriage but your husband did.It takes two people to have an affair.Your husband bears equal responsibility and all the details of the affair will come out in the courtroom if you sue. Her lawyer will portray your husband as the primary mover in the affair.You need to contact an attorney to review your situation and explain your rights and options in your jurisdictions. Alienation of affection is not grounds for action in all jurisdictions. You should also consider some factors: The woman owed you no duty to preserve your marriage but your husband did.It takes two people to have an affair.Your husband bears equal responsibility and all the details of the affair will come out in the courtroom if you sue. Her lawyer will portray your husband as the primary mover in the affair.You need to contact an attorney to review your situation and explain your rights and options in your jurisdictions. Alienation of affection is not grounds for action in all jurisdictions. You should also consider some factors: The woman owed you no duty to preserve your marriage but your husband did.It takes two people to have an affair.Your husband bears equal responsibility and all the details of the affair will come out in the courtroom if you sue. Her lawyer will portray your husband as the primary mover in the affair.You need to contact an attorney to review your situation and explain your rights and options in your jurisdictions. Alienation of affection is not grounds for action in all jurisdictions. You should also consider some factors: The woman owed you no duty to preserve your marriage but your husband did.It takes two people to have an affair.Your husband bears equal responsibility and all the details of the affair will come out in the courtroom if you sue. Her lawyer will portray your husband as the primary mover in the affair.


Your husband had a tongue in his head and he could have said 'no' to having an affair with the other woman or, he started the affair so it is up to the husband to resolve the problem with the mistress contacting the wife and himself. If the husband does not stop the ex mistress from phoning his wife and himself then the wife should at least apply for a separation because he may still be seeing the mistress.


Well it depends. If the husband and wife are married and another man comes and has an affair with the wife, than he can sue him. Only if the woman does not like the man. If she does then she the man can't, the wife and husband simply get a divorce.


The only reason your spouse would have to interact with the woman he had an affair with is if they are in a workplace environment and unfortunately, there is nothing much you can do about this, but to tell your husband if he slips one more time you are filing for divorce.


No, a man does not always get custody. If one of the people in a marriage has an affair, it is usually the person not having an affair that gets custody of the child or children.For example, if the husband is having an affair, and the wife wants a divorce, the woman (wife) would get the custody of the child or children, and not the man (husband). This is the same vice versa, too.


You call her mistress until you have sex with her, then you call her your girlfriend.AnswerNo - an affair is an affair. An affair of the heart is just as damning as an affair involving sex.ANSWER:If your husband is seeing the other woman and they went out on a date a few times, he can call her his girlfriend because he is doing the proper ways how to impress a woman. From there they will become more closer because your husband is sharing all the secret that your the only one knew. Girlfriend or mistress has the same meaning, except the words " mistress" is more nasty because the other woman enter to his world. And yes the other person up is right " affair is a affair."


i had a romantic love with a married woman in my church.but no affair.


When a married woman tells a man she is getting closer to him (if it is not her husband she is speaking too) means she is falling in love with him or wants to have an affair. If the male was smart he would hit the ground running and not get into an affair with her.


its kinda kid wishing for a unicorn... but hay! if the wife knows about the affair and shez ok wit it then why not hav fun??


A1:The man is called the husband if he is married to the woman. Otherwise, he could be called an adulterer. A2:If its a married woman, and a single man, its called an affair. If both the man and woman are married to each each other, obviously, marriage.If both the man and woman are married to two different people, its also called an affair.A3:The man is having a relationship, the woman is having an affair. Either way, it is wrong for both the man and woman.


You are wise by asking the question, "Why do women blame the other woman when it is the husband who pursues and starts it all.' Too many women are so jealous over the 'other women' they forget that their husband has started the affair and it is the husband they should be going after and not the other woman. It's a turf war ... single women or even married women that start an affair with another woman's husband is heads up for a real war. The husband sits idly by and secretly I do believe that most men who have affairs on their wives enjoy two women fighting over him. Smart women have it out with the husband and do not bother with the other woman.



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