Dating for seperated
I have been with my BF for awhile now, but I have caught a lot of slack for it because of when we met.
Yes, I am the first person that he went out with after he became separated from the XW.
He says the marriage was never good and he knew a year before the separation that things were over.
Then I come along…we met a month after she moved out (a lot of her stuff was still in the house, etc.
They met young and had totally different views on everything.
which is hard to come by for people like us- his passion is farming and he owns a farm, I am an outdoors girl who loves to get my hands dirty and spent years working on a farm (different type, but still a farm).family is not into farming, I just have always persued it and wanted it for future- the XW was an “inside girl” (just saying) He started talking about wanting to marry me about 3 months into our relationship. We did have a minor hiccup when the papers got written up and he took a week to grieve/reflect on the demise of his marriage (he was sure that he had finished grieving through the marriage counseling a year before, but they were still living together at the time), then he came back and our relationship is stronger than ever.
However, a paramour who stays overnight when your children are present can be grounds for denial of your custody or visitation.
You should be forewarned that you will likely be asked under oath at a deposition or at trial about any dating or romantic relationships.
Conversely, if you spouse is engaging in extra-marital affairs, then you are the wronged spouse and are in the position of filing an alienation of affections or criminal conversation lawsuit against your spouse’s paramour.
If that is the case, you are well-advised to obtain proof of his or her affair through a private detective.