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Nov 26, 2012

divorce lawyer Andrew LaufersQuestion:

Adultery is a crime punishable in my state by one year in jail and/or a fine. My wife has committed adultery, and I would like to know how I can get her and her boyfriend charged with a crime.

Worse, my wife was caught committing these acts by our children.

Can she be charged with a crime for adultery?


Nov 05, 2012

oklahoma city divorce lawyerQuestion:

A woman I had an affair with is getting a divorce. She told me I am going to be summoned for deposition to testify about the infidelity.

May I invoke my Fifth Amendment rights or will I have to answer these intimate questions?


Feb 09, 2012

advice on divorceQuestion:

I want to divorce my wife because she is having an affair, but she has power of attorney over me because of my suicide attempt.

She has total control of my finances, and she tells me I can't file for a divorce because she has this power of attorney over me.

How can I get a divorce if she controls everything?


Jan 19, 2012

Texas divorce lawyerQuestion:

My wife is having an affair and I want to know if it's worth the effort to address in divorce court.

I do not have any "professional" documentation or evidence of her affair other than her admissions to me and the fact she has moved out and is believed to be living with another man.

What advantages are there in proving her infidelity and affairs in a divorce case? Is it worth pursuing?


Aug 15, 2011

facebook divorceBy Julie Garrison

Special to DadsDivorce.com

If you’ve read a divorce article in the past year there’s a good chance you’ve heard of the harm social networks can wreak in your divorce.

In fact, DadsDivorce.com founder Joseph Cordell just had an article appear on HuffingtonPost.com about how "Social Media Represents Minefield In Divorce Landscape."

But Facebook and other social networking sites are not the cause of divorce, even though they are widely used to gain evidence. In fact, if Facebook plays a part in the demise of a marriage, it was probably on the rocks long before the spouses logged on to the computer.

Technology doesn’t make people engage in infidelity. People can do that on their own. But technology does help those people inclined to commit infidelity.

It’s not fair to blame Facebook or Internet dating sites because they are just the vehicle – not the driver.


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