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Alienation of Affections and Criminal Conversation are two separate claims that are often paired together. Both claims are civil actions that are brought against a third party lover, commonly referred to in litigation as a paramour.
Alienation of Affections is a civil action by a husband or wife against a third party for that party’s conduct which deprived the husband or wife filing the action of the love and affection that previously existed between husband/wife and his/her spouse.
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The following are allowable fault grounds for divorce in North Carolina: abandonment of the family, maliciously turning the other out of doors, cruel or barbarous treatment that endangers the life of the other, indignities which render the other spouse's condition intolerable and life burdensome, excessive use of alcohol or drugs, or adultery.
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