“No fault” means that you may request the Texas Court to grant you a divorce for the simple reason that you want a divorce.

” This question comes up quite often for soon-to-be divorcees.

And, the simple answer should always be: “Not until your divorce is final.” But, life is rarely simple.

This usually means that they cannot live with each other under the same roof.

So long as they meet that portion of the requirement, most courts do not force the parties to choose a fault option like adultery just because facts about adultery are present.

This could affect what was previously an amicable separation leading towards settlement.

In addition, post-separation dating could be used as evidence of adultery during the time you lived together as husband and wife if your wife could prove or suggest that this new relationship is actually a continuance of a relationship you began prior to the separation.

Divorcing clients are often lonely and stressed out, and they may be longing to meet someone new, feel desirable again, and just have fun.

So, many clients decide that just one date can’t hurt.

But what if you and your spouse have found new partners during a drawn out divorce and you both want to move on?