Will having a new partner affect my divorce?
While this won't affect your financial settlement in any way it could have other repercussions. For example it's unlikely that your new partner will welcome the fact that he or she could be named in court documents. In addition, including adultery as the ground for divorce rarely if ever makes a divorce more amicable.
Can I stop my child seeing my ex new partner?
Unfortunately, as long as you don't suspect that they are going to harm your child in any way, and your ex-partner has a contact order to see your children, then there is not much you can do. If you think your child is at risk of harm from your ex-partner's new partner then you must contact the police straight away.
Can my spouse leave with my child?
First, legally, she cannot simply leave with the kids. Even though this has seemingly happened for years, the mother has no more right to the children than the father, especially if there is no divorce or custody agreement in place. As a married couple, you share joint-legal custody of the children.
How does having a child affect the divorce rate within couples?
Specifically, (1) couples who have premarital children are more likely to divorce; (2) the higher the number of children, the more stable the marriage, but the marginal effect declines with the increase of the number of children; (3) younger children reduce the risk of divorce more than older ones; and (4) couples who