My husband left me and moved in to cohabit with a woman whom his workmates told me he was physically intimate with at work. I challenged him about this by text and have his text responses in which he admitted that he was having sex with her. All of his family (parents, siblings, children and cousins) and his workmates are all of the opinion that he is in an intimate relationship with her and they are still living together as husband and wife.
If this is not enough to establish adultery, would I be better simply reducing the issue to unreasonable conduct and what would this mean in terms of the petition already before the court?
He has said on the acknowledgement of service which he signed for the bailiff, that he does not intend to defend the divorce, but his partner has noted on the form in her handwriting that they do not admit to adultery. How do I stand ?
Does it make any difference that the comment on not admitting adultery is in his partner's handwriting, rather than his?