North Carolina Divorce and Alienation of Affection

The end of a marriage is never easy, but it is made more painful when caused by a spouse's emotional or sexual infidelity. In North Carolina, if there is genuine love and affection between you and your spouse, and another person's actions cause that love and affection to diminish, you may be able to sue the responsible person for alienation of affections.

North Carolina is one of a small minority of states that allow claims for marital torts, including alienation of affections and criminal conversation. At Davis & Davis, we are familiar with this area of tort law, which intersects with family law and divorce. We know that no amount of money can make up for the destruction of your marriage, but as seasoned litigators, we are prepared to fight to hold the responsible party to account for his or her actions. Our goal is to help you achieve closure and move confidently on with your life.

Trusted Salisbury Divorce Law Firm Serving Rowan County and the Surrounding Communities

Our attorneys understand how difficult it is to face a partner's betrayal and how important it can be to stand up to the person whose actions caused that betrayal. We take pride in being accessible to our clients and responsive to their questions and needs. Conveniently located directly across the street from the Rowan County courthouse, we make time to meet with our clients before each court hearing, and whenever they need our attention.

To speak with one of our divorce attorneys, please contact Davis & Davis, Attorneys at Law, PC by calling (704) 639-1900. Based in Salisbury, North Carolina, we serve Rowan County and the surrounding communities.