Most Helpful Guy
It takes two to tango dear.
A marriage has no tangible value, so you would need to justify the amount you're suing for. However, even if you could put a dollar value on your marriage, you'd probably lose the case. I suspect the case would be thrown out of court before it even gets to a hearing. This is because you'd have to prove in your written statement that the knowingly lover caused the marriage to breakup.
All he/she needs to do is deny knowing that your spouse was married. The onus is on you to prove he/she knew. For all the lover knew, he was just dating a girl he thought was single. You'd also have a problem defending against the fact that your marriage was already doomed because the spouse engaged in the affair. The spouse cannot deny knowing they were married. Lastly, having an affair is not illegal. While it's definitely wrong, the person doing the cheating is the spouse - not the lover.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
Most Helpful Girl
Wow, are you really that pathetic?
While it sucks your marriage fell apart, you're acting like a true American stereotype. People like you are the reason why the rest of the world thinks so poorly of US citizens.
Try getting a job instead of looking for shoddy ways to make quick a buck.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE