Just had a thought after reading another thread ...
If my Ex wants to divorce me on grounds of adultery, can he do so three years later? Someone mentioned elsewhere that you have to divorce based on adultery within the first six months, otherwise you''re deemed to have accepted the situation.
(Sorry, it''s a bit of a random thought. My brain isn''t really in divorce mode, had some difficult news regarding disabled son earlier this week)
You can''t divorce someone for adultery if you continue to live with them for longer than 6 months after finding out about the adultery. The adultery is then seen as condoned because if you live more 6 months with someone after finding out it isn''t intolerable for your to live together it can''t be the cause of the marriage breakdown.
So if you didn''t live together for 6 months after him knowing about he can Petition using adultery.
Technically he could use if, since you separated right after he found out. But if he uses adultery without your written consent or cooperation then he is very foolish. Adultery has a high burden of proof. If you simply deny it or do not respond to an adultery Petition then he will not get anywhere.