Many times, where adultery was present, couples decide they do not want allegations of adultery in a public record, or they do not want to escalate an already tense situation, so they agree to divorce on no-fault grounds.
In order to divorce on no-fault grounds in some states, the parties must live apart and not cohabitate with each other for an extended period of time.
The cost of your divorce depends entirely on the complexity of your case and the behavior and cooperation (or lack thereof) of the opposing party.
If your case involves child custody and child support, the matter will be more costly.
Relying on Internet research and word of mouth is not reliable and almost always is incomplete or not a full picture of what you should expect.
Yes, as shown above, adultery, desertion, habitual drunkenness or drug habituation, imprisonment, and deviant sexual behavior are all grounds for fault divorce.
Believe me, he will likely react to the fact that you are dating by making your life hell during the divorce process.
He may seek revenge to compensate for the anger, hurt, and embarrassment that he feels you have caused him.
Whether or parties must be divorced on adultery grounds when the parties did not begin to see other people until after the separation is a different issue, however.Dating while going through a divorce can have a number of negative effects on the divorce proceedings, both in court and emotionally.Additionally, while every state is now a no-fault divorce state, marital misconduct can still be considered in some situations.By Tracy Achen If you are thinking about dating during divorce ... You may think that you are free to start a new relationship once the decision is made to separate or divorce.But it is wise to hold off on the dating scene until after your divorce is finalized for a number of strategic, legal, and emotional reasons.