In my Florida divorce case, can I use my spouse's affair against them?

According to Florida law, when you're looking at divorce for factors or causal agents which cause a divorce, for instance, people look and say, "My spouse had an affair. Can I use that against him?" If you have minor children, there might be some component that that would come into play. However, Florida is a no-fault state, and that the aspect that he had an adulterous relationship or she had an adulterous relationship, typically is not taken into consideration with the court, unless, like I said, with child custody, and if there was an unfortunate exposure to the minor children of this relationship.