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    Default Tennessee Alienation Of Affection

    My question involves having charges brought on someone in Tennessee who caused alienation of affection between my husband and me. It is my understanding this law has been abolished but is there any other law that follows close to the legal writ that can be used?

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    Default Re: Tennessee Alienation Of Affection

    No.

    You can divorce your husband on the grounds of adultery, though.
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