Amber Rose recently filed for divorce from rapper hubby Whiz Khalifa. According to TMZ, she's convinced that Khalifa has been cheating for quite some time now and making excuses that just don't add up. When Rose wanted to join Khalifa on tour, he allegedly told her that she should stay home with their 1 year child instead. But Khalifa is convinced that it's Rose who has been the one cheating and that she's accusing him just to cover up her own infidelity.
Unfortunately many divorces, not just celebrity divorces, stem from an unfaithful partner. Unfaithfulness leads to a lack of trust between the spouses and then typically a complete breakdown of the marriage itself. Although finding out that your spouse is or has been unfaithful can be extremely painful for you and your family, here are some warning signs that you can look for to help determine whether your spouse has been or is on the verge of being an unfaithful partner.
1) There are extended periods of time where your spouse is unaccountable
2) Your spouse is spending more and more time with his/her "new friend"
3) There is distance in the bedroom between the two of you
4) Your spouse has a sudden need for privacy regarding his/her computer activity, cell phone activity, credit cards, etc.
5) Your spouse is requesting space to figure out his/her feelings
6) Your spouse's typical work habits change (i.e. working much later or odd hours)
7) Your spouse is having secretive phone calls
If you can answer yes to any of the above then it might be time for you to consider talking to a family divorce lawyer. However, keep in mind that even though most people agree that adultery is wrong, California' s divorce laws are actually forgiving of adultery. In fact, California was the first state to implement the concept of a no-fault divorce in 1970. This means that California Courts will not consider infidelity as a ground for divorce. Family law judges in California also cannot order the "cheater" to pay spousal support simply because of his/her misconduct. Rather, spousal support is based on the financial needs of one spouse and the other spouse's ability to pay it. In California, adultery also does not play a factor is the Court's decision regarding child custody and visitation. Rather, California Court looks at what is in the best interests of the children.