Dating while divorcing adultery
You may lose your right to receive spousal support if you live with a new romantic partner post-split.
Not all cohabitation with a new partner could eliminate the right to support; a New York divorce attorney can help you determine whether living with your new partner could put your support in jeopardy.
During a divorce, you’re forced to establish a new household on a single income, rather than two, while also facing new expenses such as legal costs and child care.
As a result, many splitting spouses find themselves to be short on cash.
Going through a divorce can be a little less painful when you and your ex are on good terms with one another.
You’ll be less likely to make demands out of spite and more likely to be sympathetic to their requests and willing to compromise on important issues.
Below, learn about the ways that dating while your divorce is ongoing can be problematic.
While your desire is understandable, there may be good reasons to hold off on looking for a new love until your divorce is final.
You may find that you prefer to live without your spouse, but you are still yearning for the company of another adult.
Many people wonder if they may date during separation, or if they must wait until their divorce is official.
If you’re considering filing for divorce in New York, get help from the seasoned, professional, and trustworthy Hudson Valley family law attorneys at Rusk, Wadlin, Heppner & Martuscello, LLP in Marlboro at 845-236-4411, or in Kingston at 845-331-4100.
Relationships have gotten really complicated these days.