Judge Larry Primeaux's Blog about Practice in Mississippi's Chancery Courts.
November 12, 2014 § 1 Comment
No, says the MSSC in Brent v. Mathis on November 6, 2014.
In theory, allowing a child to sue a paramour that wrecked the child’s home life sounds persuasive. However, the collateral consequences of that child visiting or living under the same roof with the paramour make it unworkable. The discovery process and trial would be detrimental to the child to say the least.
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