Dating a man separated
As I listen to the ladies talk to one another, I wanted to join in on the conversation but didn’t want to get the “side eye” so as I was leaving, I gave them both my card and told them, “I blog about situations like the one that you two are discussing. Would you (the new boo) go to the house, even if he invited you? if you don’t have any money to get in a right place you’re probably not ready for a relationship anyway. that’s too close to your ex feelings can sometimes lurk unpredictably. it would be too awkward to be in the home that the man I’m dating shares with his ex.
Check me out.” I thought that I would get some feedback from my friends on Facebook and Twitter about their views on the subject and the feedback was very interesting. “Share your thoughts” It seems as though, those people who are single and have never been married, had the viewpoint of “HELL NO.” Here are some of their comments: “I wouldn’t. i wouldn’t and don’t date men who are separated anyway.
If you must, do consult with your Raleigh divorce lawyer before beginning to see someone romantically and discuss your options, including the possibility of a post-separation agreement.
Recently, I was sitting in the waiting room at the doctor’s office and overheard two women talking about dating a man who was “separated” from his wife but they still lived together.
For “alienation of affection”, a defendant can prove that no love and affection existed between the husband and wife.
Another defense exists under General Statute 52-13, which allows a defendant to prove that an act giving rise to the claim for “alienation of affection” or “criminal conversion” occurred after the date of separation.
One of the women expressed that she would not be down with that type of situation and that there was no way that she would ever go to the house because separated or not, that was STILL his wife’s house.
Marital misconduct can include abandonment and “illicit sexual behavior.” A former spouse could use evidence of your relationship, similar to the “alienation of affection” and “criminal conversion” claims, to argue that you are at fault for ending the marriage and deserve less financial support.
This is what I wrote, ” I overheard some women in the doctor’s office talking about dating someone who were but still live in the same house. i don’t want to fool with you if you haven’t made a clean break and ended a previous relationship.”“if you go to someone’s house that is living with their ex you are asking for trouble and you constantly have to wonder if they’re still sleeping together……bueno…youre done be completely done and move the fuck on…..”“I dont think the economy is that bad where u have to settle for this, whatever u were contributing to that house u can use to get ur own place and either rent out or sell the house.
I would not date someone in this situation, get urself together first before u come at me plus I would be wondering what was going on when they are home alone together every day.”” …have been divorced for 256 days and I still live with my ex-husband.
You didn’t have any family around to help out or the kids just, of course, felt more comfortable at home with dad? I think that because you are separated or you’re not with that person, you don’t have to be mean and nasty. Because when mommy and daddy separated and got a divorce it affected us and I don’t want that to ever happen to my kids.
Do you kick him out and figure out how you are going to juggle being a single mom and have a career that requires you to travel or do you allow your ex to stay with you, to help with the kids, while you maintain your career, i.e. So what they see is that their mother loves them and that their father loves them.