Thursday, August 7, 2008

Adultery and the No Fault State

It looks like A Rod is going to be yet another Florida philanderer who will not pay a financial penalty to his wife for his cheating ways. I've written many other times about the no fault state policies, but the following article is about how you are never compensated for being married to a man or woman who cheats.


mistyeyed said...

That is quite interesting. I'm from Louisiana and a spouse that cheats gets punished. I guess rules are changing.

Thanks for the research. It's good to know what the laws are.

Anonymous said...

I don't know if that is helpful or not. I chose to have a no fault divorce, only to speed the process up. My spouse cheated, but I just didn't want to hire a lawyer.

I decided to go through Divorce4Her Web site. It was cheap and quick. And, that's what I needed more than punishing my ex.


Anonymous said...

Wow, that's crazy man. They should really try to do something to fix that.