Start dating after seperation

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They met young and had totally different views on everything.He spent 10 years saying, “well maybe after (insert life event) happens, things will get better.” They did counseling, they tried having a bunch of reconnecting vacations, all kinds of stuff.We have the same values, future plans/goals, hobbies, etc.which is hard to come by for people like us- his passion is farming and he owns a farm, I am an outdoors girl who loves to get my hands dirty and spent years working on a farm (different type, but still a farm).family is not into farming, I just have always persued it and wanted it for future- the XW was an “inside girl” (just saying) He started talking about wanting to marry me about 3 months into our relationship. We did have a minor hiccup when the papers got written up and he took a week to grieve/reflect on the demise of his marriage (he was sure that he had finished grieving through the marriage counseling a year before, but they were still living together at the time), then he came back and our relationship is stronger than ever.

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Scenario Three If you are engaged in a hotly contested negotiation or litigation with your separated spouse over child custody, child support, alimony, or property division, and you have only been separated say, less than six months, then it is not in your best interests to begin a dating relationship with another person.

John Narron is a Board Certified Family Law Specialist and has been practicing law in North Carolina since 1977, with a practice concentration in all manner of civil disputes that frequently involve complex equitable distribution proceedings, alimony trials, will caveats, employment disputes, personal injury trials and negotiations, and a wide variety of commercial business disputes.

John has served as a mediator in more than 200 family law disputes in Wake County, Franklin County, Johnston County, Wayne County, Guilford County, Forsyth County, and Pender County....

” Such advice, however, bears further clarification of context.

Absolutely nothing is stated in North Carolina law to prevent someone who is separated from dating whomever they please. A more educated answer (and the careful answer) to this dating question depends on the facts, as outlined in the various scenarios below.

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