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The strictly saga: What not to do if your spouse is having an affair

Date:10 JAN 2019

Should you discover that your spouse is having an affair, there are certain things that are inadvisable. While you might be tempted, don’t deliver his valuable wine collection to your neighbours’ doorsteps to be collected with the morning milk. Avoid spreading those rumours about your wife’s coach around the tennis club. And definitely don’t name the “third person in the marriage” on the divorce petition. In this article, top divorce and family lawyer CLAIRE O'FLINN, a consultant solicitor at Keystone Law, explains why these things are a no-no.

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