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Can you take your spouse to court for cheating?


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2007-06-23 09:10:05
2007-06-23 09:10:05

Yes you can, but your have to prove it. You can base your divorce on your spouse's cheating. I live in British Columbia, Canada and it wasn't easy getting a divorce in the 1970's. I hired a detective to get the evidence on my husband although I had caught him cheating on my own. When I did I left him, filed for divorce on those grounds and hired a detective.

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