Dating prior to divorce can create additional friction when divorce issues already exist.Failure to communicate in order to divide marital assets or reach decisions about child support payments can negatively affect the ultimate outcome and put the decision in the hands of the courts.When spouses disagree about dating prior to their divorce, the courts frequently decide in favor of the non-dating spouse.In particular, a divorce attorney strongly urges any dating clients to refrain from introducing new dating partners to their children for many reasons.Guys, either step up your game or stop making relationships and love all about sex because it is not all about that.A shocking question that I received specifically for me was “Do you plan to be in a serious relationship by the end of college? At first, I kind of laughed, but when I truly think about it I don’t quite have an answer.
I mean, I would not just randomly go on a date with a random guy that came up to me on the street, but you could always go up to her and have a genuine conversation to get her number! Particularly in college relationships, people make it seem that if you aren’t having sex, it’s not working out. I am willing to bet that a lot more relationships than what one thinks, are not having sex. It may take time, but I definitely think it’s possible.I think ideally, in some perfect world, yes, I would love to be in a serious, committed relationship by the end of my time at Purdue (LOL chances of that happening though are looking slim). Sometimes life happens, and if the love of my life isn’t at Purdue then he is somewhere out there!I mean isn’t that one of the biggest stereotypes of college anyway? There you have it, ladies, maybe guys don’t think all that much different from us.When division of marital property is being disputed, showing good character is an important consideration.A lawyer who represents spouses during divorce actions advises clients that technically, such dating is committing adultery, which may lead some judges to form an unfavorable opinion about the actions of the dating spouse.