Virginia Adultery Law Divorce Lawyers


Adultery is sexual intercourse between a married person and someone other than the spouse.

In Virginia, neither cunnilingus nor fellatio, which the law defines as sodomy, is a ground for divorce and generally neither is considered adultery. The sexual intercourse must involve some penetration of the female organ by the male organ, but a “completion” of the sexual intercourse is not required.

Virginia requires clear and convincing evidence to prove adultery.

This usually means that you need to have pictures to prove adultery in Virginia.

If you are facing a divorce based on adultery in Virginia or wish to prove that your spouse committed adultery, then your divorce lawyer in Virginia must have a thorough understanding of the cases regarding adultery in Virginia.

Contact the SRIS Law Group Virginia divorce lawyers for help regarding an adultery case.

Our Virginia divorce attorneys will discuss the facts of your case and help you decide how you should proceed with your divorce.

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