What to do if you suspect your spouse of infidelity
Huntsville, Al Divorce Support and Advice...
Are you divorcing a cheating spouse? Huntsville Alabama Domestic Law Attorney, Leigh Daniel explains what Alabama courts define as "adultery" and what you need to prove in order for your divorce to be based on adultery.
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One of the most painful things that people come in to see me about is when they think their spouse has been committing adultery. Adultery in the State of Alabama means sexual contact or sexual relations. It does not mean that they've been meeting someone for lunch. It doesn't mean they've been making phone calls to someone else. It actually means that there's been sexual contact. For the court to be able to find that your divorce is going to be based on adultery, you're going to have to prove, either by real direct proof or by circumstantial evidence, that there's been sexual contact involved.
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