Adultery and Divorce

Adultery and Divorce

Adultery and Divorce

Adultery cannot be used in a court of law to prove that the other spouse was at fault for the dissolution of the marriage. California is a no-fault state, meaning that a court will grant a divorce without either party proving that the other was in the wrong. The only proof required for a divorce is that there are irreconcilable differences which prevent the parties from remaining married.

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Please note that the posting of this family law blog is informational only. Specific circumstances and laws may determine the outcome of your particular situation and it is important to contact an attorney to analyze your situation. 

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California is a no-fault state and fault is generally inadmissible.

California is a no-fault state and fault is generally inadmissible.

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