Want her to come clean


#1

My wife cheated on me and I have strong evidence. She states that the marriage was over for a long time. Which I can accept, however, I remained faithful even while we were separated because I felt obiligated to my marriage and I thought things were NOT great but they could be worked out. So I say to wife I’m NOT angry and I can take it that you want to move on, however, for me to have closure I need to know the details and how long. Even with who. It wouldn’t make me bitter but it would help me heal.

The only response I can get out of my wife is “IT WAS JUST SEX”. Of course to me it is more than just sex. And I tried repeadetly to explain to my wife how it hurts in NOT knowing. The more I don’t know the more drastic things I could do (NO VIOLENCE OF COURSE). But again my wife keeps deflecting the questions.

So being that my wife is such a tough cookie in never coming clean, will I be forced to file for divorce and request her to come clean in discovery proceedings?

And will she? Can she be forced to?


#2

I’m not really sure your question. There really isn’t discovery in an action for divorce. They only issue of contention in an action for divorce is whether you were separated a year and a day before you file.