According to Illinois law, adultery is in fact illegal. However, since the year 2016, Illinois has been a “no-fault divorce” state. This means that in filing for a divorce, solely irreconcilable differences need to be proved. Adultery may be the reason irreconcilable differences arise, but it is no longer accepted as grounds for divorce.
If you feel as if divorce is the right option for you, contact Law Office of Bradley R. Tengler, P.C. We will guard your interests and rights throughout the entirety of your divorce process.