Henderson, NV asked in Bankruptcy, Criminal Law and Civil Litigation for Nevada

Q: Can I sue my girlfriend? My girlfriend went to on mormon mission on 2016 and asked me if I could helped her.

So I obliged to her request. However, it's not a mission, she moved in with her bf. I was paying for food and rent, knowing shes doing good in church. Moved forward, I was still supported up until September 1, 2022, cuz I found out that shes been cheating on me all this time. Also, I found out she was separated with the bf, and married his cousin on February 22, 2022. She hid everything from me from social media and friends so she can squeeze me for every cents. She took advantage of my kindness and trust and even used her religious beliefs. I told her once she cheated all transactions will be null and void, even denying her kid and any relationship she had. Do I have a case against her for fraudulent and misused of my credit card

1 Lawyer Answer
Timothy Denison
Timothy Denison
  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • Louisville, KY

A: You can probably sue her in small claims but I doubt many lawyers will be interested due to the amount in controversy. Most likely more trouble than it’s worth.

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