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In order to obtain a divorce, one spouse need only show that there are “irreconcilable differences," which means the marriage is so badly damaged that it can’t be saved.
Because Michigan is a no-fault state, it doesn’t matter who’s at fault for the divorce.
The judge won’t listen to evidence about marital misconduct like adultery.
In fact, the person asking for divorce can’t even mention anything other than the breakdown of the marriage in the divorce complaint.
Michigan defines adultery as “the sexual intercourse of 2 persons, either of whom is married to a third person.” Adultery is a felony-level crime in Michigan, but it can only be prosecuted if the spouse who is being victimized by the adultery files a criminal complaint within a year of the offense.
The person who receives alimony is the “obligee” or "supported spouse" and the person who pays is the “obligor” or "paying spouse." Michigan’s judges have the authority to award alimony in a variety of different forms, depending on the facts of the case. We also provide you with powerful online dating tools and online dating tips; working with you to find the perfect match.Sign up today to start meeting Michigan Catholic Singles.Adultery, therefore, can be an issue and have quite an impact when it comes to awarding alimony. For example, if a spouse cheated on the other spouse and not only caused the marriage to end, but also depleted the marital estate by spending lavish sums on gifts for an extramarital lover, then a Michigan judge can certainly consider that evidence when deciding the amount and duration of alimony, or even whether alimony should be awarded at all.