does adultery affect non maritial property
But you should consult a local divorce lawyer to discuss any potential or special issues that may arise in your case.
No, but the judge can consider fault and non-marital property, among other factors, in determining a marital award.
All though the Court can look at fault, as a general rule adultery plays little bearing in an adultery case. With that said the Court can look at whether:
1) A spouse is the primary caretaker of a dependent minor or a disabled adult child;
2) A spouse has pre-existing court-ordered support obligations;
3) A spouse is complying with court-ordered payment of debts or other obligations (including uninsured or unreimbursed medical expenses);
4) A spouse has unusual needs;
5) A spouses’age or health;
6) A spouse has given up a career, a career opportunity or otherwise supported the career of the other spouse;
7) A spouse has received a disproportionate share of the marital estate;
8) There are unusual tax consequences;
9) Other circumstances that make application of these considerations inequitable;