Does cheating or infidelity impact your Utah Divorce?
How does cheating affect your Utah divorce? The short answer is, it does not have an impact on your divorce. In Utah, during divorce proceedings, whether you’ve been cheated on, or have cheated, infidelity is not going to be considered in terms of how your divorce is resolved.
Utah is a No-Fault state. No-Fault means either party can seek the dissolution of the marital relationship, regardless of the reason or willingness of the other spouse. So, cheating is not going to impact how the marital estate is equitably dissolved or make a difference in custody if your case involves children.
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