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Even so, the presence of someone new, particularly when paraded in front of the spouse and/or children, can enrage the soon-to-be ex, and also create the suspicion that the relationship began as an “affair” before the separation.The innocent new friend can be deposed by the other side’s lawyer (that is, asked questions that are taken under oath and recorded by a stenographer or even videotaped) and subpoenaed to testify at trial.The purpose is to determine exactly when the relationship began, whether it is sexual, whether any marital property has been transferred to the new friend, such as by gift, how much money was spent on dating this person, and whether the spouse has said anything that could be used against him or her at trial.Even if everything is on the up-and-up, the result is a lot of unnecessary aggravation and cost.

If you are concerned that your new relationship or extramarital affair could get in the way of fair treatment during your divorce, get started defending yourself right away.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.Also be aware that, when children are involved, contact with your ex-spouse will be unavoidable for years to come.Making decisions about your child’s welfare in the future may be made unnecessarily difficult by the souring effects of dating before your divorce is finalized.

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