fla law on adultrey
what is my rights in adultry marraige
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Re: fla law on adultrey
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The same rights as in any other marriage. Florida is a no fault state so adultery generally does not come into play in a divorce and evidence of any possibility is generally considered not relevant and inadmissable unless the other party can show that the spouse who cheated squandered assets of the marriage for this other party (for example .... buying jewelry and other expensive gifts) and therefore the other party is entitled to a higher share of the marital assets upon division by the court.
Scott R. Jay, Esq.