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I am sorry to hear about this situation.
Possibly, yes. In New York, divorcing spouses may seek a “no-fault” divorce or a “fault” divorce. Fault includes adultery. The assets of the marriage are divided equitably (which means fairly). While normally this means close to 50/50, if adultery is proven, then the Court has discretion on how to divide the assets more in your favor, either by percentage, or by calculating how much money from the marriage was wasted on his dalliances.
This is a separate matter. Likely his bail would be revoked if he is caught in a compromising (and illegal) situation with a prostitute. A tip to a hotline and/or his PO (if he has one) may indeed have this happen.
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