I realize Nevada does not have "alienation of affection law" but is there anything similar as an option? This Lady was a friend of 12years she could of backed out early but she consistently came and stayed and played me under my roof! Ive also been mourning the loss of my Dad and during the last visit to help my mother move she stayed over. Is there something like Invasion of Privacy?? or something I can sue her for. My marriage was good before and I am 100% sure that I would not be heading for Divorce if it wasnt for her.Thank you
Country relating to Question: United States
State (if USA): Nevada
Hello and thank you for the question. I am sorry to read of this dilemma. One idea is a claim for intentional infliction of emotional distress. That is a possible and viable claim.
I will definately look into this. What proof do you normally need to have.
You would rely on your detailed experiences and narrative, witnesses and emails. Good luck!!
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My Divorce attorney and another I contacted online don't believe I would have a case!
Why is that?
Didnt really get a reason but I guess it just looks like "the other women" scenario. Plus its NV...sin city etc so I guess it happens too often. Very frustrating. If I was to try another lawyer, what speciality should I look for? or is there a site that lawyers look at to find cases they would like to help with?
Lawyers may not see money in it. That doesn't make it not worth while if matters to you. Good directory is Findlaw.com. Experience in litigation and family law helpful. Good luck.
Having to deal with Divorce issues this topic went on the back burner. Unfortunately court regarding my Divorce is not until April. If I was to pursue intentional infliction of emotional distress is it ok to wait to the outcome of Divorce or better to get it going ASAP. There is alot waying on the outcome of the divorce, if Im forced to stay in Nevada because of this situation it is another reason against her.
If I was to start a case now can it effect my Divorce proceedings i.e the other party can bring up in court and just say Im vindictive bla bla...
Best to raise it in the pending case if possible. Otherwise wait for the case to end.
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