3 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Date During Divorce

3 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Date During Divorce

If you’re going through a divorce, it’s easy to understand that you want to move forward with your life. While you want to get back into the swing of things, dating during a divorce can impact how well your case goes, the outcome, and more. You need to be careful when pursuing relationships immediately after you file for divorce. Here’s why:

1. Dating During Divorce Can Prolong the Process

You would hope that the divorce process can go smoothly, and you want to get through it as quickly as possible. However, your spouse can quickly become contentious if they find out that you are dating someone else. An angry ex can make every negotiation more difficult, and you can quickly find yourself in the divorce process for much longer than you would hope.

2. Dating During Divorce Can Impact Custody

Your significant other of choice after a divorce may feel like no big deal, but your ex may use it against you in custody matters. If your child isn’t as comfortable with the person you’re dating, your ex may use this to reduce your custody as much as possible. It also shows your child that you’re looking out for their best interests if you wait to pursue a relationship with someone else.

3. Dating During Divorce Can Impact Your Relationship with Your Children

Your relationship with your children should come first as they’re dealing with a complicated situation and several emotions. In the aftermath of a divorce, it’s best to focus on your relationship with your children and getting them through this difficult time. It takes time and support, but it’s harder to focus on if you’re focusing on a new relationship.

At TRABOLSI | LEVY | GABBARD LLP, we work hard to help our clients during a complex divorce. Our Los Angeles attorneys recognize your need for normalcy, so we try to get you through the process as quickly as possible. At the end of the day, though, we’ll always look out for the best interests of you and your viewers.

Call our firm today at (310) 455-8364 to discuss your case.

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