Adultery as Fault Grounds For Divorce in Texas
Posted By The Carlson Law Firm || 18-Nov-2011
The recent divorce filing completed by Demi Moore from husband Ashton Kutcher is hot news among the latest tabloids, adding to the list of break-ups enveloping even Hollywood’s biggest stars.
Moore recently told the associated press, that, “as a woman, a mother and a wife, there are certain vows that I hold sacred, and it is in this spirit that I have chosen to move forward with my life.”
According to some news sources, the marriage hit a rough patch after Kutcher cheated on his wife of more than 6 years. Alleged infidelities committed by Kutcher have sparked wonder among Lone Star residents regarding infidelity as grounds for divorce in Texas.
In Texas, divorce courts accept both fault and no fault grounds for divorce. No fault divorces are often accepted by Texas divorce courts for reasons, including; Adultery, mental cruelty, imprisonment or conviction of felony, abandonment, long term living separation (of at least three years) or insanity and confinement within a state mental hospital.
On the other hand, a no fault divorce is also acceptable in courts, though they require divorce waiting periods in Texas as well as support highlighting no possible resolution for conflict and no expectation of reconciling.
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