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The Top Signs of Infidelity

Are your instincts telling you something is wrong? Looking for answers?

 Listed below are common warning signs of unfaithful behavior.

1. All of sudden accusing you of infidelity.

2. Unusual working hours; could be creating the opportunity to meet someone else.

3. Accusing you of "imagining things", an indication that you might be close to learning the truth.

4. Avoiding certain places you use to frequent.

5. Going out "guys" or "girls" only, you can't come.

5. Personal cell phone, you can't answer, or look at.

6. Not answering phone calls or text message in front of you.

7. Personal email or face-book account you can't see.

8. Using Internet excessively, but turns it off or switches page when your around.

9. Friends you never met or can't meet.

10. Disinterested in being intimate, could be saving themselves for someone else.

11. Not being home or going out, with no plausible reason.

12. Not wearing wedding ring.

13. Making statements that show they are disinterested "I need my space".


How to Prove Adultery

There probably is no such thing as a pleasant adultery case; because names, dates, places, paramours, and the like have to be brought out in the open. If your spouse no longer cares about what you know and is open about the affair, you're lucky. You can then catch your spouse flagrante delicto, which means you have your spouse in the flagrant wrong and may not have to worry about hiring a investigator . However, you may still need a investigator to prove your case in court. There is still a need for a corroborative witness, someone who has no stake in the matter except telling the court what he (she) witnessed. Most adultery cases are proven by circumstantial evidence, which means that you have to establish that your spouse had the disposition and opportunity to commit adultery. To establish adultery, there must be clear, positive, and convincing evidence.

Public displays of affection, such as hand-holding, kissing, and hugging, between the guilty spouse and the paramour are generally sufficient evidence to indicate an adulterous disposition. Opportunity may be proven by showing that your spouse was seen entering the paramour's apartment at 11 P.M. and not coming out until 8 A.M. the following morning and that they were alone. If you can only prove disposition but not opportunity, the courts may not allow your divorce because the court may reason that it is just mere speculation. The same is true if you only show that there was opportunity, but cannot prove disposition. When you think about it, this seems to make sense. Evidence must be more than strongly suspicious. Post-separation adultery may also be the basis for the deserting party to obtain a divorce based upon adultery.



Waiting Periods for Absolute Divorce

Under each ground for an absolute divorce, there is a provision for when you can bring the lawsuit against your spouse to the court. However, if you claim that your spouse committed adultery, you can bring the action for absolute divorce at any time. As long as you can fulfill the there is no time limit when claiming adultery.



The Adulterers
Adulterers are not equal under the blanket of the law. In Virginia, adultery may impact custody if the adultery is proven to have harmed or impaired the children. Adultery does not necessarily affect alimony awards in Virginia. It will, however, be a factor for consideration in awarding alimony.