If they have not lived together for more than six months after finding out about the adultery then this time limit is not relevant.
There can sometimes be difficulties of service when there is only one person to serve.I moved out to San Francisco, and it’s been about two-and-a-half years.I’m doing my masters in finance, and I work as a barista right now."I moved out to SF not knowing if I was going to get my masters or not, but I wanted to move to the West Coast. I’ve always been pretty active in dating, so I started looking at different platforms two months into living here.""I did Tinder; I did Bumble; and then I waited probably five months until I tried Each of these factors can very often lead to them agreeing to a financial settlement more unfavourable to them than they might otherwise have done.Although it may be scant consolation for a broken marriage the truth of the matter is still that either of the above two factors can lead to a more favourable financial settlement for the "innocent" party.If such is the case it is sensible to profit from the opportunity while it lasts because very often attitudes harden if the impulse is not acted upon quickly.This does occasionally present unexpected opportunities for resolving financial matters very quickly and favourably.The usual answer to this is, "Well, you can either divorce me on the grounds of my adultery or I will divorce you on the grounds of your unreasonable behaviour." This may be problematic if there has been no unreasonable behaviour but the threat is often enough to resolve the impasse.In point of fact when a marriage breaks down there almost always is unreasonable behaviour.I was reading stories about various dating platforms with the sugar daddy and sugar mommy concepts, so I decided to give it a shot."At first I was really skeptical about how the platform would work.I didn’t even know about these arrangement sites until I moved out here.