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I can confirm that the reason for divorce, such as adultery doe snot have a bearing on either the matrimonial finances or any children act proceedings.
In relation to the matrimonial finances, behaviour can be considered but only if it is a high level. There are cases whereby one party has ruined the matrimonial home and effectively devalued the same but this has still not effected the division.
Division in relation to the matrimonial finances is based upon the length of your marriage and the needs of the parties. A divorce on the grounds of adultery will not change this.
In relation to children it is the position of the courts that children are entitled to a really good relationship with both of their parents and that this should prevail as long as there are no child protection concerns. Adultery is not considered a child protection concern by itself.
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