Legal Advice for Adultery — 26 results
Written by attorney Jordan Gerber, over 1 year ago.
Whoever said marriage was easy obviously never thought their spouse could be cheating. Maybe its all his late nights at the office since that Carmen Electra circa 2001 lookalike started as... more
Written by attorney Merlinus Monroe, about 2 years ago.
The basic test for the use of an allegation of adultery in a marriage situation in Georgia comes from the 1962 decision inJohnson v. Johnson,218 Ga. 28,126 S.E.2d 229, and can be summed up... more
Written by attorney Donald Criscuolo, over 2 years ago.
Most people are surprised to learn that if one spouse is cheating the divorce judge may not even permit that evidence during the trial. Florida is a no fault divorce state. There is no need... more
Written by attorney Charles Adkins, about 1 month ago.
In order to protect the sanctity of marriage and the institution of family, North Carolina allows a jilted spouse to bring a lawsuit against a third party who alienates or has sex with your... more
Written by attorney Daniel O'Neil, 4 months ago.
Tips for negotiating What is negotation? Involves analysis, willingness to listen, communication, problem solving, mutual exchange of information, objectivity, and detachment. You are... more
Written by attorney Mary Commander, about 3 years ago.
Defenses to Adultery Claims in Virginia Divorce Actions
In Virginia, adultery is the only ground for divorce that can serve as a bar to spousal support by statute. Accordingly, proof of... more
Written by attorney Eric Nelson, over 3 years ago.
In equal numbers,
prospective clients come to me either excited about a perceived
ace-in-the-hole because of the other spouses adultery, or worried about
his or her own adultery.... more
Written by attorney Christopher Kenny, about 3 years ago.
Almost every week in our office, we receive the question, If I am legally separated and start dating, can I get in trouble in the military for adultery? Since the formal legal process of... more
Written by attorney Jason Weis, over 3 years ago.
"Thank You, May I Have Another?"
David Barash of the Los Angeles Times recently commented, "[r]ight wing pro-family advocates are correct, monogamy is definitely under siege." But, he... more
Written by attorney Karen Alegi, over 4 years ago.
Opportunity and Disposition If you are the spouse seeking a divorce based on adultery, you must prove that your spouse had the “opportunity” and “disposition” to commit adultery.