After you've checked out of your marriage, you may feel like you're more or less back "on the market." You may even meet someone, maybe more quickly than you ever expected. Let's be real here: you and I both know that this is definitely risky territory.Whenever you start a new relationship before you've finished the old one, there's a risk.The good news, however, is that both of these actions have defenses that can be raised in court.Dating during divorce can have legal consequences both for the divorcing spouse and their new partner.
He may try to even the score by fighting about custody of the children or how to split the marital estate.
Dating can have both personal and legal consequences that can be harmful to your divorce action.
Under North Carolina General Statute 50-6, a couple must be separated for one year before a divorce is final.
When you start seeing someone else, it is like rubbing salt into your husband's wounds.
Believe me, he will likely react to the fact that you are dating by making your life hell during the divorce process.