Dating while legally separated military
Take this time to reflect on your marriage and your goals, and leave the casual dating alone.
Otherwise, you could end up with your own “love child” and an unintended reason to get a divorce. Believe it or not, many go on for years, both spouses waiting for the other to make the first move.
You’ll hear horror stories, preaching, “legal separation advice” (c/o Google), etc., most of them inaccurate or exaggerated.
Aggravating issues and increased penalties – If the person you have sex with is in your unit, or deployed, then adultery charges become more serious as “same unit and deployed” are viewed as an aggravating circumstance.
Adultery is punishable under Article 134, with a maximum punishment of dishonorable discharge, forfeiture of all pay and allowances, and confinement for up to 1 year. Barthel will take the time necessary to thoroughly review the government’s evidence against you and conduct his own investigation to discredit the government’s evidence while developing facts that may support a defense to the facts of your case, thus ensuring the best possible outcome for your case.
To schedule an appointment with a men’s divorce lawyer for additional marriage separation tips, please contact Cordell & Cordell.
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