Any advice would be wonderful- thanks in advance for your response!
Dear Sara, We all make judgments based on our own experience.
Depending on the nature of your divorce proceedings, including the jurisdiction in which you file your motion, the legal application of the concept of adultery could end up having a huge impact on your divorce.
Depending on these variables, you may be in a situation where the law allows for special considerations when adultery enters the a divorce.
In the event this happens, probabilities dictate that you will end up having to pay more alimony or receive less spousal support than if you weren’t seen to be conducting your personal affairs in a way that may be considered adultery.
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?
This action has a three year statute of limitations and doesn’t require sexual relations, unlike an action for “criminal conversation”.
The good news, however, is that both of these actions have defenses that can be raised in court.