Adultery is less of a factor in divorce awards than it once was, but there are still elements that can cause you a headache if you’ve committed adultery.
For instance, if marital resources went to provide expensive gifts, housing, or other support to a lover, the courts will make an effort to see that you’re on the hook for reimbursing the marriage for those costs.
On the other hand, if you’re divorcing a spouse who cheated during the course of your marriage, today’s courts are less likely to react punitively to your spouse’s indiscretions, which means that adultery doesn’t have a big impact on the final settlement.
If you are navigating adultery issues in your divorce, let the Brooklyn attorneys at Zelenitz, Shapiro & D’Agostino help. Call 718-725-9601 today for a free consultation with Brooklyn Divorce Attorneys.