Yes, in Texas. Certainly, the fact that you reconciled with him will mitigate his claim that infidelity caused the divorce.
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Such evidence can be used in court and post separation sex with your spouse doesn't cancel it out automatically. You should not keep information like this from your currently retained attorney. How can your attorney best advise and represent you if they don't know about the potential claim of adultery by your spouse and your post separation sex? Are you sure such evidence of adultery exists? Is the potential of having to wait additional time to finalize the divorce worse than agreeing to a settlement you don't really agree with? I surely wouldn't want to find out information like this about my client in the middle of a hearing.
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