New Jersey Divorce Attorney Discusses Adultery

As an experienced New Jersey Divorce Attorney I am often asked how adultery is handled in divorce.

    • Adultery is one of the few grounds for divorce.
    • You will be required to name the person engaged in intercourse with your spouse as well as the location.
    • You will be required to serve your spouse’s concubine.
    • If the grounds are considered unnecessary by the court, you will be required to pay the legal fees of the concubine.
    • Having your spouse admit to the adultery would cover the grounds for divorce.

Are you considering divorce because your spouse committed adultery? Contact dedicated New Jersey Divorce Attorney Salvatore Simeone.

Download Our Free Divorce Guide

This educational video was brought to you by Salvatore Simeone, an experienced New Jersey Divorce Attorney.