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Can a woman sue another woman for being with a married man and caused for their marriage to end?

if so, on what basis?

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dross1958

If you are in the U.S. you can sue anyone for anything if you have the money for attorney's and court costs.

Suing however is no guarantee of winning, and you could also be counter-sued and or lose the case and have to pay damages to the other side plus costs.

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No not really but hey give a try the lady at mcdonlds sued them for hot coffee
And besides it took two of them to make it happen
And if he where happy he would never thought of doing it ever im just saying

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That's true, but if he's unhappy he needs to work it out with his wife, not another woman. If it can't be worked out he should leave the marriage before he starts something else.
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It's been done. Personally I think the person to sue is the husband. After all as a wife you had no legal agreement with this woman, the contract was with the husband.

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I agree that the husband should be sued, the other woman might not even know he's married...

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That's true but in this case the other woman was fully aware and was mot enough for her to end it. Thanks for your response.
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Dross is right. Anyone can sue anyone for anything, but that does not mean they should.
Take my advice and don't sue a mistress! You don't sue someone who sleeps with a married person for the same reason you don't sue strippers and homeless people.

Life already sued them and they lost.

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The other half who was cheated on is able, in a small number of states; to take up legal action against the cheating party for what is known as alienation of affection. Some of the states that sill practice this provision includes: Hawaii, Mississippi, New Mexico, Illinois, North Carolina, South Dakota, and Utah. You can find more on the same from this link http://www.legalmatch.com/law-library/article/alienation-of-affection-lawsuits.html.

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In some states, yes. Call an attorney.

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Depends on the state. It can be done; alienation of affection.

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Yes and you need to

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