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Are there any type of alienation of affection laws in PA

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Unfortunately, no. The torts of alienation of affection and criminal conversation have been abolished in Pennsylvania.

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Customer: replied 8 years ago.
Reply to Jen Sterling's Post: Thanks, XXXXX XXXXX tell me then if I have any legal recourse against a woman who is seeing my husband and preventing him from our marriage?

Regretfully, no. Pennsylvania repealed its law prohibiting adultery and fornication in 1972. 1972 Pa.Laws, Act No. 334, 5. Even civil actions for intential affliction of emotional distress have been unsuccessful in cases where the torts of alienation of affection and criminal conversation have been abolished.


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