Does Infidelity Affect Your Divorce?
The infidelity of one spouse can technically affect your divorce, but the case law in Utah is pretty clear that unless there is a quantifiable monetary result because of someone cheating then the court will not care about a spouse cheating.
On some level, it is so common that the courts have taken the perspective that if cheating was a huge legal boon for the other than there would be issues for everyone.
Cheating does fall under the 4-903 factors that a court uses to determine custody. One of those factors is "morality," so infidelity would qualify under this standard of course. Courts generally don't care though.