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As you may already know, Texas is a "no-fault" state, which means you do not need any specific grounds such as adultery to file.  All that is required for a divorce is for the parties to claim incompatibility.  However that does not mean you should rule out using adultery for various strategic reasons.  For instance- many times adultery starts in the work place- so let us say your spouse works for a large company who values it reputation as well as the character of their employees.  Should it be found out your spouse is romantically involved with a co-worker or even better subordinate that information could be extremely valuable to negotiate a settlement to your liking, under the guise you have a licensed private investigator that has the proof to "out" their relationship.  Truthfully your goal from the start should be to not go through the rigors of a long drawn out court process, but to make a quick settlement.  Top Investigators generally bill a 1/4 the fee of any decent attorney, therefore the out-of-pocket expense you can save with a quick settlement can be huge.  Spending a couple hundred dollars now, could save thousands down the road.  Think about a second scenario- the person your spouse is cheating with is also married, and really has no thoughts on leaving their spouse as this is just a fling.  Again get the legal evidence to back up the claim, and then use this information to work out a settlement with the threat you will out he or she to the other person spouse.  This could be a very powerful negotiation tactic.  These are just a few ideas, so depending on your specific situation, we can in most cases tailor a strategy to work to your liking. 

 

HOW WOULD ADULTRY EFFECT ALIMONY?

Different states take in consideration alimony when adultery can be proven per the law.  Texas happens to be one of those states.  Texas courts will consider the adultery and the court could deny alimony to a spouse that has been proven to have committed adultery, especially, though not necessary if the affair was the reason for the breakup of the marriage to begin with.

 

 

HOW DOES ADULTERY IMPACT THE DISTRIBUTION OF ASSETS?

Unlike many states Texas courts will take into consideration the proven adultery when it becomes time to divide the marital property.  In many cases the person who committed the act will end up with a lesser share as a result of their actions. In addition the courts will take into consideration any martial monies that may have been spent on the adulterous affair and distribute the assets to compensate for same.

 

 

HOW DOES ADULTERY EFFECT CHILD CUSTODY?

Generally a judge is going to review ones parenting ability when deciding child custody, however there are several things that could give you an advantage.  If you can show spouse your spouse was dropping off the kids to be watched by another person while they went out on a "date", or even better if you can show they are bringing the children around the other person, this can have a strong impact on primary custody.

 

 

WHAT CLASSIFIES ADULTERY IN TEXAS?

This is very simple- having sex with someone who is not your spouse. It's considered adultery before, during or after separation.  As far as proving, of course there is going to be no way we can dress up like a bush and stand inside a bedroom running a video camera. Therefore in order to prove adultery, you need a licensed investigator that can testify to the fact they documented two people behind closed doors "time & opportunity" and then witness those same two people act in some way a reasonable person would consider a romantic relationship, such as a kiss, holding hands, etc. "display of affection"

 

 

Please keep in mind all investigators that work directly or indirectly for OneStar Investigations are licensed by The State of Texas to conduct surveillance on individuals.  We pay large fees and endure a long background check and process to hold such a license.  Be aware it is NOT LEGAL for you, your friends, your relatives, or anyone else to conduct an investigator or surveillance in Texas without a license.  In some cases it can be considered a felony crime, and you could very easily end up with a protection order filed against you of which will not look very favorable during any sort of court process, divorce settlement, or child custody matter.  We're here for this purpose, call us today for a free consultation, the fees are very reasonable.  Thank you.

 

 

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