Alienation of Affection
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Alienation of Affection
Florida is one of the few states that allows one party to sue another because of alienation of affection. Alienation of affection is an action brought by a deserted spouse against a third party who is allegedly responsible for the failure of the marriage. The defendant in an alienation of affection lawsuit is usually an adulterous spouse’s lover. An alienation of affection laws in Daytona Beach allow a husband or wife to sue a third party for damages as the result of an emotional or physical affair with their spouse during the course of the marriage. If you are considering suing someone for alienation of affection, or are being sued, a Daytona Beach divorce attorney from Young DeLoach will be able to greatly help your case.
Three things must be proved in order for an alienation of affection suit to win at court:
• The plaintiff and his/her spouse were happily married, with genuine love and affection existing between them.
• The love and affection from one partner was alienated and destroyed.
• The wrongful and malicious acts of the defendant were responsible for the alienation of affection.
Why choose a Daytona Beach Divorce Attorney from Young DeLoach LLC?
Without the help of a Daytona Beach divorce lawyer, alienation of affection can be difficult to prove, but at Young DeLoach our family attorneys have over a decade of experience dealing with these types of claims. No matter what side you are on, a lawyer from our firm will know exactly how to handle your suit in a way that will bring a positive outcome. At Young DeLoach LLC, our attorneys believe that client satisfaction is our number one priority, and will do everything they possibly can to effectively serve you. If you are considering suing someone for alienation for affection, or if you are being sued for alienation of affection, do not hesitate to consult with one of our experienced family lawyers as soon as possible.
To schedule an appointment and discuss how we can help you, contact the Daytona Beach Law Firm of Young DeLoach LLC today or call 386-308-8810.
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