Did A Spouse’s Actions Lead To Divorce?
North Carolina is one of the few states in the country that still allows for a civil action as it pertains to the reasons for a divorce. If one spouse abandoned the other, had an extramarital affair (whether physical or emotional) or otherwise was unfaithful to you during the marriage, it may be cause for legal action.
These fact-based cases must be well-documented and evidence must be gathered in order to proficiently pursue the case. At Miller & Audino, LLP, our Greenville lawyers have more than 50 years of experience in alienation of affection and criminal conversation cases, helping both the individuals who have been hurt by infidelity and the accused.
Alienation of affection: This type of basis for a claim involves proof of an affair that was started while your marriage was happy, with real love and feelings between spouses still existing. That status was alienated by the willful acts of another individual interfering.
Criminal conversation: When criminal conversation is alleged, it is the basis for a claim that aims to prove that there was physical, sexual contact between a spouse and a third party during the course of a legal and binding marriage, resulting in the end of the marriage.
How We Can Help
- You may be entitled to pursue compensation for the emotional damages that your spouse’s partner caused you. Or, you may find that your partner’s former spouse is seeking compensation from you arising out of your relationship with their spouse.
- If you are pursuing compensation for your pain and suffering, we will carefully examine your concerns, the affect it has had on you and your goals for the future. We aim to make you feel comfortable so you can trust that we are tenaciously and compassionately fighting for your rights.
- If your partner’s former spouse has filed suit against you, you need an experienced attorney who will examine the evidence that is being brought against you. We will make sure that these accusations were made lawfully and do everything in our power to minimize any damages to your financial well-being.
- No matter which side you fall, we are dedicated to helping you obtain the outcome you deserve, and help you work toward a brighter future for yourself and your loved ones.
To Learn More About Miller & Audino, LLP, Contact Us
To learn more about how our criminal conversation and alienation of affection attorneys can help you, email us or call us at 252-493-6138 or toll free at 866-410-9923.