Dating while going through divorce law

02 Feb

My husband and his lawyer responded with a verified answer that denied all of my allegations and "strongly suggested" that I change my grounds to abandonment.

Fault grounds differ from state to state, but commonly include adultery, domestic violence, abandonment, substance abuse or alcoholism, imprisonment, and mental disability or illness.

Abandonment is about facts - date of leaving and so on, and is not about a person's behavior, which makes it easier for some people to admit to.

Using a ground for divorce that your husband will admit to will ultimately make things much easier on you.

Will it look bad if I change the grounds for divorce?

Cat's Question: My lawyer and I filed for divorce on the grounds of cruel and inhuman treatment, and then filed a verified complaint with the court listing the reasons.