No. No fault divorce is not an option. It is the only way one obtains a "dissolution of marriage" in Florida. There is a limited purpose in which infidelity can be admitted into evidence having to do with division of property or alimony, but it is limited and, for the most part, judges don't want to hear about it anyway.
My question to you is that if your wife has given a deposition in this matter, then you have an attorney representing you. Have you asked this question of your attorney? What does he/she say?
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