Post by krw Post by J. P. Gilliver (John) Post by steveski
Ooooerrrr! All on Shula’s terms them?
As it has been since this started . . .
Eiden oh: I've been _slightly_ more on Shula's "side" over this. But
now, she's being totally unreasonable.
a) They are still married so he is "having an affair" and
Shula has made it extremely clear that, so far as she is concerned, the
marriage is over. It seems to me that that means he should be
considered free to have dalliances (or more) elsewhere.
Post by krw
b) He regrets it.
She is seeing it as a betrayal of the marriage contract and she can now
sue for divorce on the grounds of his admitted adultery.
Only if she wants to perjure herself. To get a divorce on the grounds
of adultery, not only does your partner have to have committed adultery
but you have to claim that this has caused the irretrievable breakdown
of your marriage.
Given that Shula has been loudly claiming that the marriage has been
irretrievably broken down for some time, it would be hard for her to
claim that it was Alistair's adultery which broke it.
Best wishes, Serena
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