Written by attorney Jeff Adrian Biddle | Sep 11, 2012

Cheating or Infidelity in Arizona

With the exception of “covenant marriages", Arizona is a no-fault divorce state and while the Court will consider wrongful conduct that may impact the children, it will not factor into the property division or anything other than parenting time or custody. If you are one of the few that has a covenant marriage, though, you should consult an attorney if you plan on filing for divorce and there is infidelity in your marriage. Also, if you have children and your children have been exposed to the infidelity, it may affect custody and/or parenting time. Consult with an attorney if this situation is present in your divorce as well.

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