Discuss this question with your lawyer only. No one else knows the facts of your case. In most states grounds no longer have anything to do with the disposition of the marital estate. Spending money on investigations may not be in your best interests if there is nothing to gain.
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You previously posted this question 4 times, which Mr. Henry provided a correct response to. I would recommend seeing his response to the same question.
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I now see this question at least 7 times. Every time you get quality replies, yet you keep reposting for some unknown reason. I hope whatever happened to cause this blow to your head gets better, and I highly recommend getting medical treatment in case its a concussion
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