Adultery or Improper Association?

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In Singapore, you can file for a divorce on the grounds of adultery and prove that this has caused the marriage's irretrievable breakdown. When a person commits adultery, he/she voluntarily engages in sexual intercourse with any person other than his/her spouse.

It is quite difficult to prove adultery. As such, many people would prefer to rely on the factor of "unreasonable behaviour" due to improper association to show an "irretrievable breakdown of marriage" instead.

Our series of articles on Adultery in Singapore provide all the answers you need.

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Adultery or Improper Association?

In Singapore, you can file for a divorce on the grounds of adultery and prove that this has caused the marriage's irretrievable breakdown. When a person commits adultery, he/she voluntarily engages in sexual intercourse with any person other than his/her spouse.

It is quite difficult to prove adultery. As such, many people would prefer to rely on the factor of "unreasonable behaviour" due to improper association to show an "irretrievable breakdown of marriage" instead.

Our series of articles on Adultery in Singapore provide all the answers you need.