Can you sue your wife and your wife's adulterous partner for adultery?
January 26, 2008 9:27PM
You can sue your wife for divorce, but I believe you can sue her 'partner' for 'Alienation of Affection'. Contact a lawyer. If you can prove that she left you for this 'partner' you might be successful.
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