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Dating your spouse separated
Like ripples on a pond, the repercussions can affect family relationships for many years to come. In Tennessee divorce law, having sex with someone who is not your spouse prior to divorce, but after separation, is still adultery.
Of course, dating does not necessarily lead to sexual relations, but it certainly can and often does.
Living with someone else during the period of separation means the judge could consider the paramour’s income along with the spouse’s when calculating Tennessee child support.
When spouses separate, they begin the mental process of shifting out of the marriage.Dating or having an illicit affair while separated from a spouse is marital misconduct.Furthermore, if the spouse is cohabiting with a paramour, then the judge may consider the lover’s financial contribution to the household as a reason why the spouse needs less alimony for living expenses.The spouses are living separately and apart, for a year or more in some cases, while Tennessee divorce proceedings are ongoing.Alimony, child custody, parenting time, division of property, none of these issues have been finally resolved.Proof of current misconduct can be used to establish past behavior, even if it did not happen that way. Do not date or have an extramarital affair while the divorce is ongoing.Doing so can significantly influence the judge and the outcome of the case.Until the marriage is dissolved, dating represents infidelity and that is not a good thing in Tennessee divorce.A spouse who dates while separated, even secretively, will complicate the divorce, putting alimony, child custody, parenting time, even the division of property at risk.This is important and a necessary step in moving on with life.Each spouse must learn to live independently of the other.