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Suing The Other Woman: Everyone Is Doing It!

NBA superstar Dwyane Wade and his wife, Siohvaughn Wade, are in the midst of a nasty divorce because Dwyane was cheating with actress Gabrielle Union. Siohvaughn is one angry chick and is filing a lawsuit claiming that Union “engaged in sexual foreplay with Dwyane Wade” in front of the Wades’ two sons, ages 8 and 10. The lawsuit alleges that the affair caused one of the kids so much anxiety that he started losing his hair and is now getting court-ordered mental evaluations. Dwyane’s rep called these claims “baseless and meritless.”

I don’t know about you, but it sure seems to me that Siohvaughn is doing this just to give Union a hard time. And as it turns out, many states have legal means to get back at the other woman. Keep reading »

Would You Sue The Other Woman For Alienation Of Affection?

If you ever, like Elin Nordegren, have the misfortune of finding out that an “outsider” has been interfering in your marriage, and you happen to live in Hawaii, Illinois, Mississippi, New Mexico, North Carolina, South Dakota or Utah, there is something you can do—sue said third-party for “alienation of affection.” These laws date back to the days when women were considered their husbands’ property, so seducing your neighbor’s wife would have been regarded kind of like theft. Archaic as the attitude is, the alienation of affection laws are still used by both sexes today, in the states where the laws are still on the books. Keep reading »

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