Can I file for divorce if we still live together in Texas?
There is no Texas law that requires parties to live apart during divorce proceedings. There are reasons why it may seem positive to remain living together during divorce proceedings. If you have children, it can ease the transition for them if the parents continue to reside together even after deciding to divorce.
What is the punishment for adultery in Texas?
Adultery may be considered morally or religiously wrong, but it is not considered a crime in Texas. A spouse cannot be arrested and will not go to jail if he or she engages in extramarital affairs. However, cheating on your spouse is addressed in the state’s civil laws.
Can you shoot a cheating spouse in Texas?
Article 1220 of the Texas Penal Code provides: Homicide is justifiable when committed by the husband upon one taken in the act of adultery with the wife, provided the killing takes place before the parties to the act have separated.