Yes, and a perfectly logical one. Hormones control sexual urges - sometimes taking over rational logical thought. However, only your mind can bring to the surface the concequences of following through with those urges. Down, tiger.
Love is a matter of choice. For a spouse who is interested in someone else, it is best to find out the reason for the interest. Such spouses show little or no interest with their first spouse.
Usually not. It's usually with someone who is not like his spouse.
No. A spouse or ex spouse cannot get an order to prevent you from seeing someone else. They could get a no contact order to keep you away from them but not someone else.
If you live in the US, you can't force someone to stay married to you.
A widow (woman) or widower (man) would be someone whose spouse had died after they were married.
No, it is not wrong to lust after your spouse.
It is very common for the spouse to be the executor of a will. They can always decline the responsibility and the court will appoint someone else.
Yes, assuming the spouse can otherwise legally own a gun. The problem you run into is when the non-felon spouse has the gun in the house. Short explanation: the felon cannot own or possess a gun, so if there is any chance the felon could access the gun, there could be a problem.
Your spouse teasing you or not talking is common. They are feeling left out as you are cheating on someone else.
It can be, if the spouse left their spouse with no money or someone to look after them, it can be. They would have to go to court.
If it is your house you have to give no reason for her exit, unless you two have a contract. You are not responsible for someone else's situations. As a friend, she deserves an explanation. But she has no right to more than that.
No you cannot sue your spouse on that ground. However, you can divorce him.No you cannot sue your spouse on that ground. However, you can divorce him.No you cannot sue your spouse on that ground. However, you can divorce him.No you cannot sue your spouse on that ground. However, you can divorce him.
When you started thinking about someone else.
A spouse is chosen for that person and they are forced to marry them.
Not in the typical understanding of the word. Generally, a relative would be someone who is related by blood. A spouse would, specifically, be "related by marriage".
Then that is not a "fight" as in an "angry argument". ..If your spouse asks to be "spanked" to settle a disagreement , then that is a "sexual fetish" , a clearly well documented category of mild to extreme masochism and submission .
The only will someone can change is their own. She can write her will any way that she wishes. She cannot change someone else's will. Having a new spouse can, by operation of law, change the existing will. The courts will insure that the new spouse has something to live on after the death of their spouse.
It depends. If he was normally honest with you I would suggest asking for more details. But generally it sounds like a pretty shaky explanation.
How many years after can someone file for his citizenship if his spouse died before himgetting his green card? She was us citizen
"Someone else" gets the property. The surviving spouse can certainly contest the will. And there may be specifics in the state that entitle the surviving spouse to a portion of the real property, or a life estate in real property. Consult an attorney licensed in the state in question.
No, your credit rating is separate from your spouse. If he or she cosigns it will only effect his or her credit rating.