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If you and your soon-to-be ex-spouse are living separately and the divorce is in progress, having a girlfriend or boyfriend could get in the way of a speedy or clean divorce.
Even if the person involved in the infidelity that caused the breakdown of the marriage is no longer in the picture, a relationship with someone new could taint property division as well as child custody. Even couples who are parting amicably can find themselves embroiled in a bitter battle, particularly when it comes to money and children.
Question: "I am in the process of getting a divorce.
Can I start dating, or do I have to wait until the divorce is final?
Protecting Your Assets In Your Charleston Divorce If You Are Getting a Charleston Divorce, Should You Sell Your Home?" Answer: The question of dating during the divorce process is difficult to answer for several reasons.For one thing, the concept of “dating” as we know it today is nowhere mentioned in the Bible.There are plenty of reasons why marriages dissolve, infidelity often chief among them.But what’s the law regarding new relationships once the divorce is in progress?