Does Adultery Affect Alimony and Divorce in Wisconsin
Wisconsin is a “no-fault” divorce state. What no-fault means is that in order to obtain a divorce you simply have to let the court know that the marriage is irretrievably broken and you no longer want to be married. Read the full article here:
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#Adultery is certainly a reason to get a #divorce but it is not a factor the #court considers when granting a #divorce or when ordering #alimony in #Wisconsin.
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