Infidelity and adultery according to Danish marital and family law
Infidelity is a valid reason for divorce in Denmark and all our investigations are strictly confidential. In the translation of the Danish marital law (in Danish ægteskabsloven § 33):
“A spouse is entitled to divorce when the other spouse has been unfaithful or has engaged in a similar sexual relationship with another. However, divorce cannot be granted if the spouse has agreed to the act or later be deemed to have waived their right.”
What Is Infidelity?
Infidelity is having a secret sexual relationship with someone other than one’s spouse or partner. If infidelity occurs in a relationship or marriage, it can cause damage and destroy trust in the relationship. Forgiving infidelity can be difficult and it often inflicts a great deal of pain on a spouse or partner. The right choice depends on the person and the circumstances.
Often, the first step in this process is to gain proof about a suspicion. We help you in providing the evidence needed to document an affair, enabling you to make a well-informed decision about your future.
What types of services and investigations do we provide within family law?
Our private investigators help you obtain the documentation you need to make an informed and well-founded decision. All our investigations are conducted legally and we are committed to full confidentiality and discretion. Our reports can be presented in court where needed, but they are often for private use only.
Many clients refer to a feeling of betrayal in these cases. However, if you or your partner have cheated, take the time to think about whether ending the marriage or trying to preserve it is the best choice for both of you.
We help you in providing the evidence needed to document an affair, enabling you to make a well-informed decision about your future.
For further information on our services and methods see evidence collection and your case.
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