Dating post-divorce has never been easier than it is now. While divorce once was stigmatized as a dealing deal breaker, it has now become so commonplace in the dating pool that people no longer feel the need to hide or talk around the fact. In addition to divorce normalizing over the years, dating has become more accessible with the advent of dating profiles and websites which make finding someone new as easy as a few clicks and swipes on your smartphone. However, many people hesitate to even consider dating before their divorce has finalized. While you can keep your dating life under wraps and it is advised you open yourself up to the possibility of a new relationship, leaving traces of it online is quite risky.
Truthfully, a dating website has the potential to severely impact your divorce process. This is why we at Goldweber Epstein LLP advise against having a dating website account or profile until your divorce has settled, as you don’t want this to be the one issue which prevents you from efficiently and effectively resolving your divorce. Your profile, despite how innocent you may think it is, may have information the opposition will use against you. For example, if you claim to have more money than you actually make, or claim to have never been married, or not have children when you in fact do, your ex can use these points as claims to discredit you--leaving you worse off in the divorce settlement.
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If you are seeking a New York City family lawyer who has the experience and skill to deliver you the most beneficial results possible, look no further than our determined legal team at Goldweber Epstein LLP. Our legal team is compassionate to your current situation and aggressive in helping you get out of it. You won’t regret enlisting in our services.
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