My husband deserted me and committed adultery. My lawyer has told me that suing him for divorce on those grounds won't get me an extra .50 cents in my settlement. So, I have decided to let him file for divorce when he wants to and I won't contest it. ( I could file now because of the adultery, but I don't want to because when we get divorced I won't have health insurance). My question is, do any of you know if it will make a difference if I file on the grounds of desertion and/or adultery? Will a judge be more likely to give me a better settlement if I do this?
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