Adultery and Divorce in Georgia
If you believe that your spouse is being unfaithful, it can lead to several emotions, including anger, sorrow and frustration. It is important to seek the counsel of an experienced Marietta attorney who can provide legal advice and representation.
In Georgia, the statutes defining adultery can be restrictive and frustrating. At G. Cleveland Payne III P.C., we have experience guiding clients through the divorce process whether it involves issues of emotional abuse, physical violence or adultery. Unfortunately, adultery can be difficult to prove without specific evidence. In these situations, circumstantial evidence can be presented, but it must be compelling.
Trust our lawyers to explore every legal avenue to ensure you receive a beneficial divorce judgment. Contact our law firm online today or call (770) 424-1400, to discuss your situation during a confidential consultation.
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For many couples adultery and divorce in Georgia is a reality. This type of emotional damage can quickly cloud a divorce proceeding. An individual might seek a sense of vindication against an unfaithful spouse. In most circumstances, it is better to remain professional and end the marriage. If it can be proved, adultery might affect alimony and division of property.
Obtaining evidence of adultery might ultimately prove to be expensive through the hiring of private investigators and time-consuming research. In some situations, it might be wise not to proceed on the grounds of adultery, but proceed with the divorce on other grounds. We will thoroughly examine your situation and provide valuable insight into what obstacles you might face. Together, we will develop a strong strategy that moves you toward a beneficial resolution.