How does cheating affect divorce?
Unfortunately for all of the faithful who are splitting due to a cheating spouse, infidelity rarely has much of an impact on the divorce. A cheating spouse may lose their right to alimony if infidelity can be conclusively proven, even with a no-fault divorce.
Should you get a divorce if your wife cheats?
Only you can make the decision to divorce or work things out with your spouse after he or she has so callously and cruelly disregarded your feelings. However, you have to make the decision logically (and keep the “big picture” in mind, all the time… even when it’s tough).
Should you divorce a cheater?
You deserve a partner who honors marital vows just like you do. Cheating is disrespectful to you and your marriage. You don’t need to accept it or forgive it if you don’t want to. In time, your spouse’s infidelity may wear on your self-esteem.
Why you shouldn’t stay with a cheater?
Even if it’s on a subconscious level of which he or she is not totally aware, staying with a cheater sends the message that the act wasn’t actually so bad. This is what makes cheating so unfair and hard to handle, but maintaining the relationship ensures that you’ll feel like crap for a whole lot longer.
Should you stay married after infidelity?
If you and your spouse choose to stay together after infidelity strikes, you need to work towards a place of forgiveness. You can’t expect to experience infidelity one day and be fine the next. If your spouse has cheated, they need to understand that you will need time to forgive.