Although pretending to be concerned about you, there are busy satisfying their own desires.I have seen many men and women devastated by such an experience.
There are plenty of emotional reasons to steer clear of someone who is separated from their spouse, but not legally divorced yet.
They're not ready for a new relationship yet; they're using you to hurt their ex; they might get back together with their spouse; heck, they're probably still living together!
The “explanation” portion of Article 134 identifies several considerations military commanders should consider in determining whether an act of sexual intercourse could satisfy the third and final element of adultery under the UCMJ, including whether the Soldier or their sexual partner was “legally separated.” When people refer to being “legally separated,” they generally mean one of two distinct legal situations " either they have signed a formal separation agreement with their spouse or that a state court has issued an order of separation.
A formal separation agreement is essentially a written contract between a husband and wife resolving the significant legal issues between them involving property, debt, support, child custody, etc.
The answer to this straightforward question can be anything but simple.
The first step in answering this question requires an understanding of the military’s prohibition on adultery.
He thought that would be less painful for her if she made it.
My question is, what are the spiritual laws of dating somebody who is legally separated but not yet divorced?
And falling in love with a married man is like nicking away at your heart with your own knife.
It’s a self-inflicted wound that drains the life out of you, no matter what rationalization you (or he) come up with to defend the relationship.
--Wondering Dear Wondering, If you have to ask this question, it’s probably because you already know the answer.