Jana Kramer's official filing for divorce from her husband of six years, Mike Caussin, specifically cites “inappropriate marital conduct, irreconcilable differences and adultery” as grounds for divorce, People.com reports. The papers were filed in Williamson County, Tennessee last week.
The document reads, “Wife charges that Husband has been guilty of inappropriate marital conduct… which renders further cohabitation improper and that Husband has been guilty of Adultery … during the course of the marriage with more than one individual.”
Jana and Mike officially separated on April 20th, and both have been granted a statutory temporary restraining order that prevents either one from sharing “disparaging remarks” in the presence of their children and prevents them from “relocating any children of the parties outside of the State of Tennessee,” as is reportedly standard in Tennessee divorces.
Jana has requested primary custody of son Jace, 2, and daughter Jolie, 5, with visitation for Mike, as outlined in the couple's postnuptial agreement.
Jana and Mike previously separated in 2016 due to his infidelity. They recently co-authored a book called The Good Fight: Wanting to Leave, Choosing to Stay, and the Powerful Practice for Loving Faithfully.