Under Georgia law, a person commits adultery as he or she's got sexual activity

A person commits adultery when he or she has sexual intercourse with a person other than his or her spouse (both extramarital heterosexual and homosexual relationships constitute adultery) under Georgia law. See, Owens. v. Owens , 247 Ga. 139 (1981). It really is a bar that is absolute any alimony claim if it's the cause of the separation and has now avoided reconciliation. O.C.G.A. 19 6 1(b). Anderson v. Anderson , 273 GA. 886, 230…