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    Default Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress in California

    Can a wife sue a former affair partner of her husband's for cruelty and nefarious intentional emotional distress under Ca. civil rights codes? The other woman's ongoing harrassement of her husband....Intents to
    Damage their marriage , unwarented lawyer fees incured by her actions, for the other woman refusal to prove her slanderous allegations against her husband and his wife.
    This other woman falsified documents claiming a marriage to my husband and illegally placing his name on her child's birth certificate, when she was married to another man, but estranged. Paternity of her husband has never been disestablished, nor established for another man, not her husband.
    The use of this Birth Certificate document in fraudulent applications for other gov't documents..etc....damaging maritial tranquility.

    Has a case in Ca. ever been won like this ?

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    Default Re: Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress in California

    California has abolished actions for alienation of affection.

    I'm not going to try to figure out what you are accusing this person of doing, in relation to the rest of your allegations, so tell the wife to consult a lawyer.

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    Default Re: Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress in California

    This is not alienation of affection it is a possible violation of Ca. Civil code 43...
    personal civil rights...protecting one or one's family from harm, personal insults, defamation, injury to personal relationships by an outsiders actions that intentionally inflict harm and distress to one's relationship.

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    Default Re: Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress in California

    Calling an alienation of affection action something else does not mean that the cause of action is any less abolished.

    As for whether your rambles describe some other cause of action, as I've already said, I have no interest in trying to decipher your posts. Tell the wife to consult a lawyer.

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