One important note is that if one spouse alleges adultery, the name of the new boyfriend or girlfriend needs to be included in the divorce pleadings.Most commonly a wronged spouse will believe that adultery should increase the amount of spousal support he or she receives.
I don't want a "every other weekend only" kind of guy, they don't understand the life of a full time parent!
Under New Jersey law, adultery will not impact the amount of spousal support or even whether it is awarded.
The only way that adultery may potentially have some impact on spousal support is if the cheating had some detrimental financial impact on the marriage.
In most cases, the judge will not keep the new paramour away from your child because they are not viewed as a danger to your child.
The key is going to be exactly why you are concerned with the new paramour.