Adultery and Divorce in Miami
March 10, 2017
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What is Adultery?

Adultery is defined as “voluntary sexual intercourse between a married person and another who is not his or her spouse. If the other person is also married, then that person is also committing adultery.” Adultery is a crime in Florida, but it is rarely prosecuted.
Adultery exists only if there is sexual intercourse. For example, although it may be considered cheating for a married person to give or accept gifts from someone else and have a close, personal relationship (going away on trips, dinner dates, etc), legally no one has committed adultery because no sex is involved. However, if oral sex comes into play it could get complicated.
Unfortunately marriages do end, and many end due to adultery. S.G. Morrow & Associates, P.A. will fight for what you deserve if you find yourself in a divorce battle. Their divorce attorneys in Miami are some of the best in the state and have the record to prove it. Don’t let the headache of going through a divorce get to you. Go with divorce attorneys in Miami you can trust.

Do I need to prove adultery in order to get a divorce?

In short, no. Florida is a “no fault” state, meaning you can file for a divorce by stating both parties are incompatible. As long as there is evidence of that, you will be granted one. But it is best to use a South Florida divorce attorney in order to make the process go a lot smoother. Emotions can run high and the last thing you want is to make a bad situation worse. Contact S.G. Morrow & Associates, P.A. and let them work for you. With their help, you can walk away a little more content, despite your ordeal.

 

Florida may be a no fault state, but that only means either party can file for a divorce, despite the amount of wrongdoing that led up to this point. Even the so-called “offending party” may file for a divorce as long as the judge deems both parties incompatible. However, this does not mean that any behavior during the marriage or immediately after the party files for divorce is irrelevant.

 

Both parties are still considered married until the divorce is finalized. A person can still commit adultery during divorce proceedings, which the judge may be able to use in determining a settlement.

 

Going through a divorce can be difficult, but the divorce attorneys at S.G. Morrow & Associates, P.A. can help ease the emotional pain by representing you to the fullest of their abilities. Give them a call today and let them handle your divorce. They have a track record of success that rivals anyone else.
If you are looking for a divorce attorney in South Florida who can handle your case with compassion and conviction, don’t hesitate to call S.G. Morrow & Associates, P.A. today. They will do what it takes to make sure they put you in the best position for success.