Texas is a community property state and the judge will divide the community property if you do not reach an agreement, It do not have to be 50/50 . I have seen judges do 55/45/ and 60/40.
Infidelity may have no effect on the division of community property or it may cause it to be divided 55/45 or even 60/40 instead of the usual 50/50.
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Contact a local attorney on this. In New Jersey, where I practice, infidelity has no effect on the asset distribution at all or on alimony either.
Yes. Infidelity does not completely erase her interest in community property. It may reduce it; but doesn't erase it.
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