It might send a message to the court that you’re willing and able to offer your spouse that kind of long-term financial support.
Many couples divide household bills proportionately with their incomes.
By Rachel Brucks Men’s Divorce Lawyer, Cordell & Cordell Divorce attorneys usually frown upon dating during the divorce process because having a girlfriend can negatively impact the outcome of divorce proceedings.
But the good news is that romance, love and, yes, even marriage doesn't need to end with divorce.
You can most likely be divorced on no-fault grounds even if you see others after you become separated.
In fact, in Texas where I practice, the parties can still be divorced on no-fault grounds even if one party committed adultery during the time the parties lived together as husband and wife, so long as both parties agree to proceed with the no-fault option.
But what if you and your spouse have found new partners during a drawn out divorce and you both want to move on?
If you both agree to allow the other to date during the divorce process will it negatively affect your divorce case?