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Definition of Paramour in South Carolina
Please provide some insights into the South Carolina definition of a paramour. I have sole custody and I am concerned about the ex's live in male partner. If their married obviously paramour is no longer a relavent arugment. However, let's assume he's live-in. They are out of state living in VA. My ex is saying "Definition of a paramour is someone you see outside of marriage or illicitly." What I have read one can add "lover." Please elaborate.
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- Why do you think the word "paramour" has any legal significance or any other relevance to your situation?#1; Fri, 18 May 2007 05:54:00 GMT
- Besides potentially a paramour, she has drug selling convictions, reckless driving, driving on suspended license, 7 speeding tickets all by 27 yrs of age. he's a concern being around the children.#2; Thu, 17 May 2007 12:55:00 GMT
QuotingBesides potentially a paramour, she has drug selling convictions, reckless driving, driving on suspended license, 7 speeding tickets all by 27 yrs of age. he's a concern being around the children.
Okay...those are reasons for you to be concerned about HER...why are you concerned about him???#3; Thu, 17 May 2007 13:03:00 GMT
- Sorry, my mistake / typo. Everything I mentioned (drug selling etc.) was in regards to the boyfriend (27 yrs old). The ex (39 yrs old) has 5 DUIs, founded child neglect thru drinking, forging of breathylzer/ignition records (numerous lockouts in contrast to the zero that she documented in Family Court). I do appreciate your response to this and my other threads.
Re: my question of the definition of a paramour in S.C., or is it in fact significantly different between states? any definition please?
THANKS again for your time.#4; Thu, 17 May 2007 13:23:00 GMT
- I doubt that you will find a special definition beyond what is in the dictionary. Besides, if it says "person of opposite sex staying over night", what difference does it make - from what you say, that covers it.#5; Mon, 21 May 2007 19:01:00 GMT
- #6; Thu, 17 May 2007 12:37:00 GMT
- Because in our Court Order it states "paramour" and "person of opposite sex staying over night." The ex is saying as long as it's not illict its OK. I wanted to be prepared with your definition.#7; Mon, 21 May 2007 18:10:00 GMT
- Simply put...
If they are not married, there is a problem if the court order states that no unrelated person of the opposite sex many spend the night when the children are present.
If she is married, you are SOL.#8; Tue, 22 May 2007 06:35:00 GMT