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Cheaters In These Nine States May Want To Reconsider

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Cheaters In These Nine States May Want To Reconsider

Cheaters In These Nine States May Want To Reconsider

In Georgia cheaters don’t receive alimony.

Cheating in Michigan can lead to a life sentence in prison.

Cheaters in Hawaii, Illinois, Mississippi, New Mexico, North Carolina, South Dakota or Utah should think twice.

Spouses in these seven states can sue the “outsider” for damages under “Alienation of affection” laws.

This means that your spouse can sue your love for ruining your marriage with them.

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