So, if your child is angry with you for moving on so quickly, or if your new partner makes her uncomfortable for whatever reason, she may decide she wants to live with her other parent.
If a judge only awards you visitation and she finds out that your new partner is there during your time with your children, she may place restrictions on your visitation time to ensure you are creating the best environment for your child.
If a judge finds out you have moved in with a love interest, she may reduce your alimony or refrain from awarding it at all.
In addition, if you have a child with your new partner before a judge signs the decree, it could complicate matters or prolong divorce proceedings.
you and your spouse have separated, Georgia courts will most likely consider it irrelevant to aspects such as property division.
However, dating during separation may have an effect on alimony, child custody, and visitation decisions in a contested divorce.
Dating during separation can affect your ability to receive alimony if your spouse claims that you started the relationship prior to filing for divorce.
If you are seeking spousal support and your spouse claims that you are responsible for the marriage failing, the judge may deny your request.