However, if your spouse learns about it, she can amend her complaint for divorce from whatever grounds on which she filed to an allegation of adultery. In some states, it can influence a judge’s ruling on property division or spousal support.
If neither of you has filed for divorce yet, you’re even more vulnerable.
He specializes in the area of family law, and has dealt with matters of child custody and support, paternity, visitation, and pre-and post-nuptial agreements.
You can read Love To Know's interview with James on the subject of child custody here.
Most couples in Georgia who file for a divorce use the no-fault ground since it minimizes the duration of the divorce proceedings and eliminates the emotional efforts involved when publicizing the intimacies of your marriage and the resulting adultery to the court.
However, there are benefits to filing your petition on fault grounds if you can prove adultery, as Georgia courts can rule in your favor on issues like alimony and the distribution of marital assets.
He may seek revenge to compensate for the anger, hurt, and embarrassment that he feels you have caused him.Filing for a divorce in Georgia on no-fault grounds doesn’t require you to prove to the court that your spouse is guilty of adultery in order to legally dissolve the marriage.You only need to show that your marriage is irretrievably broken.Dear James: How long does a divorce have to be in a publication before a divorce is granted by default?
Also, how long does it take to get a divorce in this instance?You will most likely have ongoing contact with your husband after the divorce because of the children.