The allegation, even if proved, will not appear to make any difference to
the outcome of the divorce or the finances.
Whilst I appreciate that this was a terrible experience, it will be your
word against his and it is unlikely that you would be able to produce enough
evidence for a jury to convict him beyond all reasonable doubt. I think it
unlikely that he will be prosecuted.
The legislation was enacted not to protect couples that were living
together but to prevent spouses who were estranged and could come back after
years of living apart and, before this legislation, could commit acts of rape
against their spouse with impunity.
I appreciate that this is not the answer you wanted but there is no point
in being misleading you.
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