My question involves a marriage in the state of: Virginia
I am planning to file for divorce. I know that if there are no children and no significant assets, you can file after 6 mos. separation.
I wanted to find out if it is possible to file before that 6 mos separation time. My wife has admitted to dating before and after our separation. She is a diagnosed Bipolar, alcoholic. She has also admitted to kissing other guys during our marriage and once in my own home while I was away on business. I don't find it a stretch to believe adultery could have occurred.
In my VERY LIMITED research on Virginia law and adultery, I found that you may be able to imply adultery without proof if there is enough circumstantial evidence.
Two questions. Is her mental condition and admission to dating and kissing guys enough for that adultery implication and if so, can I get a divorce sooner that the 6 mos requirement?