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.
If you have children, then you also need to realize that it's in your best interest to try to keep a cordial relationship with your husband.
You will most likely have ongoing contact with your husband after the divorce because of the children.
All he will focus on is that he has been wronged and will want to seek justice anyway he can.
He may try to even the score by fighting about custody of the children or how to split the marital estate.
In states that recognize fault in a divorce case, dating during divorce can be viewed as adultery.
This can affect the outcome of your divorce as far as spousal support and the eventual property settlement goes.According to Klare Heston, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker: “There is no absolute rule about what you can do during a separation.Usually, couples set their own terms for a separation.Even if you ultimately get custody of your children, child support levels may be lowered because you are living with someone and sharing the expenses.It can also have a big impact on whether or not you will receive alimony and how much you receive.There are some common-sense guidelines you can follow, though.