Most facts in a civil case need to be proven “by a greater weight of the evidence”…? This “frequently” means, by that amount of proof that the trier of fact, Judge or jury, deems necessary. So, what kind of proof do you need? You need enough to convince the trier of fact. Unfortunately, there is no equation. Ideally, or unfortunately, you’d have a photograph, love note, confession, etc., but that’s not usually what you have.
I think the bigger question is why do you need to prove adultery? It’s not as “big of a stick” in custody cases anymore. It’s still plays a role in alimony cases.
Tips for preparing for your hearing? Can someone tell me how to build a car? That’s a big question. If you cannot afford an attorney and really want some tips, spend a day down in court, before the same Judge in your case, and observe.
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