Dating and child custody
Do not blame your spouse for becoming irrationally angry and your children for becoming resentful and alienated from you.
Accept responsibility for your own decisions, and accept the potentially dramatic consequences of your actions.
According to 2003 US census findings, 43.7% of mothers with custody and 56.2% of custodial fathers are separated or divorced.
Whether it is during a divorce or child custody battle, there are some issues that could impact your current or future case.
The first potential issue is involving a new person into the relationship, the case and your family situation.
Lastly, there is the issue of your former, or soon to be former, spouse.
If the new person you are dating gets too involved with your ability to co-parent with your ex-spouse, it could negatively impact your case in court.