My husband and I are still married he's been having an affair and is bringing our children around her in public places he has even brought this women in our house and they has intercourse while I was at work and he was home watching our baby
I'm sorry to hear about your situation but I don't see an actual question here.
I'm 3 "most helpful" answers away from a free toaster! I may be guessing or not licensed in your state so don't rely upon anything I say. No attorney/client relationship exists. Who reads these disclaimers anyway? If you're reading this, let me know because I'm curious. Did you know that a watched pot never boils and that a stitch in time saves nine? Or that a rolling stone gathers no moss? Honestly, I am surprised that you are still reading this disclaimer. Personally, I normally don’t pay much attention to these things. I am impressed and commend you for taking the time. I never actually anticipated anyone would ever get this far into my disclaimer and I only wish I had something more meaningful to say. Thank you for bearing with me and for sticking it out to the end.
Despite the missing question, I see that you are searching for violations of good order and discipline to use against your husband. Unfortunately, there are none.
In a time long ago and far away, cheating on a spouse was a crime and introducing kids to a parent's paramour was child abuse. Things have changed in recent decades. People who underwent divorces grew tired of the stigma and eventually became politicians and lawmakers.
They enacted legislation which reversed that stigma. Now, relationships are provisional. You marry, you leave, you pay a departure tax (known as child support, alimony, maintenance and many other labels across this nation). Most states now have no-fault divorce which means a judgment of divorce is granted upon the filing of papers with a court. California has the most obscene system. A Californian gets his status divorce upon the first appearance before a judge! This process has given us all a mindset that divorcing is okay and carries no social liability. You meet, you marry, you leave.
The effect on children is draconian. Your child gets to meat your replacement and watches daddy bear down on the honey. This induces a most unstable environment on the child: the child does not know where he will be living the next day. This life-style of "living on the precipice" has become the norm and children are cut loose to grow like wild grapes on a vine. Further, federal family policy has made parenting hazardous because mandated reporters of abuse help kids get rid of unwanted parents. There are kids walking around who actively hate a parent and plan to eliminate that parent with the help of this cockamamie system.
All this means relationships are as fleeting as the wind and can be hazardous at the drop of a hat. The American family averages 8.8 years together and a spouse is discarded like an old coffeemaker. If you do not watch out, you'll be discarded and will take your last licks against the husband in a divorce court which will be biased in your favor for a few years. Then the tides will turn against you in future years.
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It sounds like you should consider filing for divorce.
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