Since 1992, alienation of affection
is not recognized in SC. This means that he cannot sue you for having an affair with his spouse. At least, that is a good thing.If he subpoenaes conversation information that occurred between myself and his wife, do my wife and I have to be subjected to this same information?
I am not sure what you mean by "subjected." If he subpoenas something, HE gets it. But even more than that, these messages would not be seen unless they are used in deposition or a court hearing.
However, know that most cell companies do not keep the CONTEXT of the texts for more than a few days. If it has been weeks or months since the texts, chances are he is not going to get them. Or will this just be between him and his wife since she has admitted to this? Would my wife and I need to be involved at all since she does not wish to file for divorce in our marriage and he already has evidence and an admission for his case?
He can subpoena any third party that has relevant information to the case
, so this may extend to you, although unlikely to your wife since she was not involved in the affair.
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