Why Trying to Prove Adultery Might not be Worth It

Adultery and divorce – they often go hand in hand. In many cases, adultery is the death blow for a marriage. Once the dirty truth is revealed, the march toward divorce is on. If you’ve been cheated on, it’s the worst feeling in the world. Right now, you’re probably feeling angry, betrayed, sad, confused, and a host of other emotions. And as you get ready for your divorce, you’re prepared to let the truth be known to the court.

Wait. Not so fast.

The truth is that trying to prove adultery in your divorce might not be worth the time or effort it takes. Why not? A few reasons:

  • Florida allows for no-fault divorce, so you can get a divorce without having to prove one party did something wrong.
  • Revealing the truth could cause irreparable damage with the co-parent, your kids, and many others.
  • It can be expensive and time-consuming to prove adultery in court.
  • Emotions will run high, adding to your stress and clouding your judgment.

If you’re facing divorce, speak to the experienced, qualified team at Miller Law Associates. Our Florida divorce lawyers are here to guide you through this trying time. Learn more about our fixed fee Florida divorce legal services at www.DivorceYes.com.

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