Alienation of Affection/Criminal Conversation

March 20, 2007

N.C. House bill 681 was filed some time last week and is in committee. Some have advocated to abolish this bill like divorce attorney Lee Rosen who says ‘these torts are archaic methods for eliminating infidelity and do not protect marital relationships’. N.C. is only one of a handful of states that still has these […]

Guilty of Adultery? A Mich. Law Could Land You in Prison

January 18, 2007

Based on the language in a Michigan law, the state’s second-highest court recently announced that those who commit adultery in Michigan might be prosecuted for first degree criminal sexual conduct. This type of felony could result in life in prison. Rosen Law Firm has some interesting information about Alienation of Affection and Criminal Conversation on […]

Spouses and Private Investigators

October 10, 2006

If you want to spy on your spouse, there are limits, legally. For instance, you are not allowed to record a conversation or hide a camera without getting their permission. Wiretapping laws are violated all the time, so why aren’t people getting caught? Or are they?

Alienation of Affection

February 21, 2006

Here’s some interesting news about alienation-of-affection in North Carolina. We are still one of the few states that has this.  Should a claim of alienation-of-affection be valid even after a couple separates? Comments? Send an email.Kramer Vs. is supported by Rosen Law Firm as a service to the media and others interested on the latest […]