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Topic: Re: Adultery
Written By: sjb2802 - 2 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
davidterry Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Like I said, you separated for a reason. Yes we separated for a reason but I am considering putting adultery as the reason for wanting a divorce. As I stated before she will most likely deny any fault if I put the original reason we split up. This will mean extra costs, time and hassle, none of which I have or wan
Topic: Re: Adultery
Written By: sjb2802 - 2 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
We were supposed to have a trial separation to try and work things out. Whilst we were separated my wife was contacted by a man she met 6 months previously whilst on girls weekend away (We were still together then.) She claims she didn't sleep with him when she first met him but is admitting that she is now in a relationship with him. On the form it states that part of the reason for divorcing
Topic: Adultery
Written By: sjb2802 - 2 months ago
Forum: UK Divorce Forum
A little bit of background. My wife and I have been separated for around 6 months. 4 months ago she admitted she had started a relationship with another man. Do I have grounds to divorce her for adultery? And in the section on the form where you need to give an explanation or proof of adultery, is it acceptable to just put something along the lines of "My wife has admitted to being
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