Unless the cheating somehow involved the kids, which is pretty hard to imagine, nobody really cares what your "irreconcilable differences" were (in Florida, we say the marriage was "irretrievably broken," which means the same thing). Adultery almost never affects a divorce, and I have no idea how it could affect a relocation. Of course, getting permission to relocate kids outside the country is almost impossible, but I'll let you discuss that with your lawyer. You do have a lawyer, don't you?
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The State of Florida could care less about who you are sleeping with. Having an extra-marital affair does not make you an unfit mother.
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Having an affair does not make you an unfit parent. Relocation is governed by statute in Florida which list 13 factors that the Court must considered. I posted a link to the Statute below. Mostly it has to do with the best interest of your child, your ability to maintain the child's contact with the other parent from the new location and why you are moving.
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Florida is a no-fault state. That means that you do not really need to have a reason to get divorced (i.e., adultery, etc.) which means that it does not matter what those "irreconcilable differences" were. Having an affair does not make you an unfit parent. The court takes many factors into consideration when determining a contested relocation case. Some of these factors for example include: the child's relationship with both parents; parent proposing relocation; the preference of the child (if old enough to have a preference); the ability to preserve the relationship with the non relocating parent, etc. But none of the factors include adultery of the parents. Good Luck! You might want to hire cancel for the relocation Hearing/Trial.
Leticia Dieppa, Esq.
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