Orlando, FL asked in Divorce and Family Law for Florida

Q: if my wife committed infidelity at work with her manager can I sue the company?

So my wife and I have been together 7 years. We have been great and she started this job at a hotel last year this is her first job. Over the last month I have found out about her having relations with her manager and also possibly another coworker. I would like to know if there is anyway I can go after the company for essentially ruining my life. We have 2 children and even my children know “mommy’s manager called her all night”. So I need help. Thank you.

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Michael Ferrin
Michael Ferrin
  • Orlando, FL
  • Licensed in Florida

A: I am a family attorney so I cannot give you advice on your rights to sue her employer. I can say that many companies frown upon this sort of behavior and if they are made aware of it, it could lead to both your wife and the coworkers to be terminated. Not sure if you want to do that, as when you file for divorce, if she is unemployed it will have an effect on the child support you may have to pay.

You may want to consider filing for divorce sooner rather than later so that the court can help you address the finances, custody, and child support.

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