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Not if it is based on adultery, no. Adultery has a high burden of proof. Phone records mean nothing, it has to be proven that intercourse occurred. That means either a child with a DNA test, some intimate photos, or a confession. If none of those are forthcoming then the adultery Petition will fail.
My question is, can he accept the divorce but reject the adultery part?
He will find it very difficult to change child contact arrangements in practice. No matter what is written on the forms, you as the PWC have control. The statement of arrangements for children is not a "wish list" of contact, it is a description of how the contact is actually working in practice. He can really write what he likes, it won''t change anything.
Can he challenge this arrangement in the divorce?