Can you subpoena a mistress?

Can you subpoena a mistress?

The short answer here is yes, you can subpoena the alleged mistress to testify as a witness at a deposition or at a trial. Keep in mind a subpoena is only helpful to you in this situation if you are able to legally serve the paperwork to the alleged mistress, so you would need to know either where she lives or works.

Can you be subpoenaed in a divorce case?

Subpoenas can be used by either the plaintiff or defendant in any family law proceeding, including divorces, child custody matters, and alimony disputes. Subpoenas can be served on the other parties and/or neutral third parties who may have information or evidence that is relevant to the case at hand.

Can I sue adultery to the mistress of my husband?

Under the law, any woman who, for money or profit, habitually indulges in sexual intercourse or lascivious conduct is deemed to be a prostitute. In any case, an aggrieved spouse may also file a civil complaint to recover any real or personal property given by his/her unfaithful spouse to a mistress or lover.

What is proof of adultery in court India?

The burden of proving adultery in a matrimonial case is on the person who makes the allegation. The standard of proof in "proceedings under the Act being initially of a civil nature is by preponderance of, probabilities and not by proving it beyond reasonable doubt.