Believe me, he will likely react to the fact that you are dating by making your life hell during the divorce process.
You need time to discover that you can make it on your own without a man to support you emotionally or financially. When you are going through a divorce, you're usually not in a mental state to make permanent choices.
Studies have shown that the first relationship that a person enters into after a divorce has little chance of long-term survival and will rarely end in marriage.
It would be a shame to forfeit your future support on a relationship that may not last.
The bottom line is that if you date during your divorce, you are giving your husband a big advantage. Wait until after the divorce is finalized before you start to date.
It can look like you have questionable morals, even if you were the perfect wife during your marriage.
If you date, your boyfriend may be open to scrutiny To top it off, a really vindictive husband might consider suing your boyfriend for alienation of affection.Even if your husband has carried on numerous affairs during your marriage, he will not think that you are justified in seeing someone new at this time.All he will focus on is that he has been wronged and will want to seek justice anyway he can.Any person who has frequent contact with your children can become part of a custody investigation.If your boyfriend has past issues of domestic violence or charges of sexual misconduct (proven or not), it will have repercussions in your divorce.Living with someone can impact the level of support ordered Another point that you should think about if you are considering living with your boyfriend is that it will affect the level of support you may eventually receive.