I committed adultery; can I still apply for a divorce?
In short, yes. You cannot petition based on your own adultery but you are still able to file for divorce under one of the other supporting facts such as your spouse’s ‘unreasonable behaviour’. Unreasonable behaviour covers a broad spectrum from the mild to most outrageous and is one of the most commonly stated facts in divorce proceedings. However, we would recommend that you seek advice from a Resolution accredited specialist before doing so in order to make sure that this delicate situation is dealt with as tactfully and amicably as possible.
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