There are very few situations in which “cheating” will be considered by a presiding Justice.
This is often felt to be unfair by the non-cheating spouse, especially when the issues
of custody and access are raised. But courts will consider custody and access based
upon what is in the ‘best interests’ of the children. They can review all of the
facts and can take conduct of the parties into consideration but it would be very unusual for a court to put much emphasis on infidelity.
Please note: If you are involved in a matrimonial dispute, we
strongly recommend that you retain a lawyer to represent
you at the first possible opportunity;
This site and this note are designed only to acquaint you with a
few (and only a few) of the issues that may affect you.
It is not intended as legal advice on any specific case.
You are well advised to retain the services of an
experienced lawyer as soon as possible.
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