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Discontented Wife

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1 Discontented Wife on Tue Sep 20, 2011 10:44 pm

jhayjhay


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Gud Day po! i am an overseas seafarer but at present still not fit to work
due to some illness, now my wife is working as call center agent,
yesterday while she is at work i opened her facebook acct. without
her knowledge that i know the password.i checked all her messages and archive
and found out that she is chatting with other men mostly foreigners since
mid 2009 while im onboard ship,0ne guy message her last Aug 2011 saying that she miss my wife so much and did have a goodtime the last time they met when he visited here in philippines and said that she is good in bed and really enjoyed making love to her.
Up to now we are still living together and still she has no idea
that im already aware of what her doings.doing bcoz she didnt stop yet and have recent chatmate. Right now I still dont have concrete plan if
am gonna file a case against her.
Questions
1) can i file an Adultery?
2) are chat messages can be used as proof of evidence?
(ive already record a video and screen shots of my computer to all of the messages)
3)is it a crime that i opened her facebook account?
4) just incase she is proven to be guilty can i take the custody of our 2 kids
(3yrs old and 4 yrs old?

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2 Re: Discontented Wife on Fri Sep 23, 2011 5:55 pm

attyLLL


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in my opinion, you cannot use those messages because you acquired them through a violation of the privacy of communication.

i don't think you can be prosecuted for hacking,

if you can find a way to prove that you were later authorized to open her fb account, then maybe it can be admissible.but even if you could use those messages, it won't be enough to prove adultery.


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