ADULTERY EVIDENCE once produced can lead to convincing the Court that your marriage has irretrievable broken down. The Petitioner must prove that one or more of the following actions consisting of Bigamy, Polygamy and Co-habitation are Committed. The Petitioner initially requires evidence that the respondent has committed adultery and secondly, that He/She finds it intolerable to live with the Respondent. Unreasonable Behaviour requires the Petitioner to prove that as a result of a certain course of behaviour on the Respondent's part; He/She cannot reasonably be expected to continue to Live with Him/Her. In a divorce proceeding, the parties may apply for Maintenance, Custody of Children and make a claim for a share of the Matrimonial Assets.