This means that if a person has a new sexual partner, he or she is "under the law" committing adultery!
While in our society many factors, including how long the parties have been separated, will affect how this is seen by others, the fact remains that, legally, adultery (even under these circumstances) is a fault ground and basis for a disproportionate property division in a divorce if the person's spouse wishes to make it an issue.
In no event should you introduce the children to your dates.
If you have been served with a Temporary Restraining Order, you will be prohibited from closing accounts.
A rebound relationship can be a bad idea for many reasons—including your divorce.
Some spouses are often hurt when their marriage ends, and have no interest in pursuing a new relationship.
Violation of such an injunction -– or even allowing one’s children to be in the company of such a “bad actor” even if there is not an injunction, can lead to losing custody of the kid(s) to the other parent!
If a parent knows his new boyfriend or girlfriend has serious “issues,” he or she may have to choose between their new love interest and their kid(s). Failure to be discreet can prompt all kinds of allegations to muddy the divorce case.