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What can i do if. He admits. He. Has. Cheated but wont admit it in court?

1 Answers. Asked on Apr 20th, 2017 on Divorce - Arkansas
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My husband has been cheating and i only recently found out but the only thing i have is what he told me. He said he wont admit to it in court.
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Answered on Apr 20th, 2017 at 7:34 AM

You have your own testimony. A judge will determine which of  you is truthful. Besides that, there are several grounds upon which a divorce can be granted. If you have decided upon a diovorce, you will likely be able to support one or more of them with your  testimony and anyone who is familiar with your circumstances. You do no have to have direct evidence, i.e., photos, recordings, etc. 

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