And still others think they won't date until the divorce is finalized, but they change their mind when they meet someone new.You just never know when fate will intervene and a new special person will come along.In fact, a survey of 2,000 newly divorced people found that nearly 50 percent of divorced men were eager to get remarried, and 20 percent of divorced women were hoping to repeat their trip down the aisle.That's inspiring news for everyone hoping to be hit by Cupid's arrow once again. While it may indeed be true that "all's fair in love," a little common sense doesn't hurt either.Many people begin dating before their divorces are final: This poses special challenges, whether you are the one divorcing or he is.There are risks to jumping into a new relationship too soon, though sometimes those risks are worthwhile.Make sure you really know what you’re getting yourself into and think about the positives and negatives of the situation, your own emotional state and your wants and needs before you date during the divorce process.Here’s some things you might consider: The first consideration if you are thinking about dating before the divorce is final should be state laws.
While dating someone new can boost your confidence after a break-up, should you wait until the divorce is officially over before seeking out someone new?Is that going to add fuel to a highly contested divorce?More than likely, the answer is "yes." • If you haven't started your divorce process, then it's important that you know what the road ahead looks like -- so you can prepare yourself and focus on the outcome you want.Here are some reasons that dating divorce may be the right choice for you: You Feel More Positive: Dating will keep your mind off of the negative aspects of divorce. You Can Relax More: You have probably been under a lot of pressure.Dating someone new gives you the opportunity to relax more.