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at that point it had also been several months since filing the separation agreement, my ex moving out, my going to therapy sessions and other routes of being said, when I knew the paperwork had been signed off (but hadn't received the actual paperwork in the mail) was when I had my first post-divorce date. I was also passed by a woman who I quite like because of this.
it was pretty bad, but I was glad to have that first one over with. I harbor a secret wish to reconnect with her in a few months when my divorce is done.
I think you should evaluate potential dates on a case-by-case basis. Some divorces take a long time despite one party's desire to get it over quickly.
Before I left the house, my ex-wife and I had been conducting separate social lives (which did not include dating for me, BTW) for three years, and there hadn't been any action in the bedroom for more than a decade. It took that long because I tried to negotiate a dissolution and the attorneys didn't make it a priority and neither did she until I filed for divorce.
Once you've decided to go through with a divorce, it can take months to decide on what type of divorce process you want to pursue, sort out the details of an agreement, get lawyers to review and make changes to the agreement, etc.
Even once you've gotten through all of that, many states in U. have mandatory waiting periods of as much as a year before a divorce will be legally recognized.1-2 years is a very long time, especially if you are fairly young, to go without any intimacy in your life.
How much time, effort and attention can they give to you anyway I have to call bullshit on the advice to wait a year after a divorce and the statement that a separated guy is probably still too involved in his marriage.
All of that said, I don't think dating someone who is separated is for everyone. I went out on two dates with a guy, casual chat until we talk about serious topics and found out he's separated.
Some of the factors I would consider would be: So, TL; DR: If you are looking for a long-term relationship/potential marriage partner, someone who isn't yet legally divorced is probably not the right partner for you. Mainly because he is still all caught up in the mess that was his marriage. He was late for one of our dates because he drove 20 minutes out of his way to see if his ex was lying about her plans. As someone who is separated but not legally divorced, I would say give him a chance to hear the whole story. In my case, ex husband (technically STBX) had a nervous breakdown and got deported making it a bit more difficult logistically to file the second round of paperwork. He's been living separately from the wife, he has his own place and only go to the wife's place to visit the child. So, since he's been living as a bachelor, there weren't any red flags that he's married.
I wouldn't immediately discount someone who was separated, but I'd definitely ask questions and see where they were.
My ex and I were separated for two and a half years before our divorce was final just based on waiting periods and when we filed and all that.
They went to counseling and tried to make it work but they finally called it quits and she filed the paperwork.