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It is always difficult to cite adultery unless you can actually prove it or your partner will admit to the adultery in the proceedings. If you lived with your partner for six months after you found out about his affair you cannot give adultery as grounds for divorce unless the adultery is continuing. It is often easier to cite unreasonable behaviour giving details of the relationship as an example.

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