Proving your spouse's guilt in the divorce process

A no-fault divorce occurs when the spouses believe that they both equally contributed to the breakdown of their marriage. Divorce where one of the spouses is found to be at fault requires evidence to prove that one of the spouses is solely to blame for the breakdown of the marriage. When a divorce is granted due to the sole fault of one of the spouses, one of the main pieces of evidence are the statements of the parties and the testimonies of witnesses, which must be verified with other evidence. Such evidence includes relevant documents. The efficiency and speed of divorce proceedings depends on the quality of their preparation and completion, and what is more, obtaining a court decision favorable to the party initiating the divorce process.

Factors determining the spouse's guilt for the breakdown of the marriage.
In the light of the provisions of the law, the spouse may be held responsible for the breakdown of the marriage when one of the spouses has committed culpable actions violating the provisions of law and the principles of social coexistence. Such actions include, in particular, unlawful threats, refusal of physical intercourse, drunkenness, use of violence, as well as marital infidelity.

Legal consequences of divorce through the sole fault of the spouse.
A divorce decreed through the sole fault of the spouse has serious legal consequences, including that the partner known to be at fault for the breakdown of the marriage cannot claim maintenance from the innocent party.

Evidence aimed at proving the breakdown of marital life.
Typical documents indicating the spouse's guilt include documents confirming an act of domestic violence, documents confirming an alcohol problem, documents confirming marital infidelity, or documents confirming gambling by the spouse. In obtaining such documents, my help as a Krakow private detective who can obtain such documents as part of his powers may be extremely important.
The main document confirming the use of domestic violence is a certificate issued by an expert forensic physician or an authorized physician performing the examination as part of contact with the National Health Fund. The first of these medical certificates is payable, while the second type of certificate can be obtained free of charge. Another document useful for proving the use of domestic violence is a document confirming the initiation of the "blue card" procedure. Based on the data contained in this document, it is possible to make findings illustrating the background and course of domestic violence. In addition, such a document may be police information on the circumstances of the interventions carried out at the place of residence of the parties.

The documents confirming the spouse's alcohol problem are, in particular, extracts from the sobering-up station or a referral for compulsory drug addiction treatment, as well as information obtained from the police regarding his state of sobriety during interventions.
In collecting such documents, you can also count on my professional help as a detective.
From the perspective of my detective practice, marital infidelity is so easy to prove that the cheating partner may at some point lose control over his "other life" and make a mistake that will expose his infidelity. Evidence indicating marital infidelity is, for example, paying for an alleged business trip from a private account, booking a hotel stay for which the partner will not be able to rationally explain, and any expenses of the spouse that the spouse did not know about and which did not concern him in any way . In completing the above documents, you can also count on my help as a private investigator.
It also applies to documents confirming the spouse's compulsive gambling, including casino accounts, as well as arrangements for unjustified squandering of joint property or leading a riotous lifestyle.

From the perspective of my detective practice, the biggest misunderstandings between spouses most often occur when dividing the matrimonial property, which takes place after the end of the marriage. By way of explanation, it should be pointed out that upon concluding a marriage, marital community of property automatically arises between the spouses, including property items acquired during its duration. If the spouses did not sign a pre-nuptial agreement before the wedding, or if they do not consent to the division of this property voluntarily, then the court decides on the above, which by way of a procedural decision determines the type of assets attributable to each of the spouses. Assets acquired during the marriage include, among others: the parties' flat, car, real estate, remuneration and income of each of the spouses, funds accumulated in the bank and pension account, income from rent, lease, etc.
If the spouses have entered into an agreement and agree