Monday, April 5, 2010

Divorce and How to Prove Adultery

In this blog about Georgia divorce law and divorce lawyers, we have discussed before some of the many ways you can prove adultery in Georgia. But after a telephone conversation with a recent caller, (we offer a free initial consultation at our Georgia divorce law firm), I realized that it is also important to point out that, at least sometimes, proving infidelity isn't so difficult after all. In other words, sometimes your worthless spouse, "Sluggo," may actually admit to cheating if you choose to simply confront him about it.
Now, I realize that every situation is different and that, in many cases, your cheating spouse will just deny adultery until the cows come home. But we have had cases before in which the wayward spouse has actually admitted to it. And the point is that such an admission about infidelity generally constitutes admissible proof in court. Ideally, you will have a trusted friend with you when Sluggo admits to running around on you, but, even if it is just to you, it is important to let your divorce attorney know about it. (Indeed, it is important that you discuss all your questions about your divorce with your own divorce lawyer before you attempt to confront Sluggo, or before you do anything else!)
As I have said before, sometimes, confession may be good for the soul, but it is rarely good for ole' Sluggo when it comes to his confession about adultery!

1 comment:

  1. Nowadays it has become very difficult to catch a cheating spouse. But there are still few methods through which you can catch your spouse cheating on you red handed. You can hire a private investigator to help you catch your spouse or use spying gadgets to catch your spouse.