I have been separated almost 2 years and am currently awaiting a final hearing.
I was petitioned (much to my disgust as we'd agreed to wait 2 years for a 'no blame' divorce)on grounds of UB. We went to court and have somehow managed to avoid the FDR process (Barrister was happy but I'm not sure why?)but it is unlikely we will agree anything before the final hearing.
I have formed a new relationship recently and am considering cohabiting later this year but I believe from what I have heard that this consideration should be kept to myself until after the whole process is ended (i.e. absolute sorted etc). Am I being paranoid in thinking this is best and to do otherwise (eg let my considerations be known to my children/spouse)would lead to us having to start the process again?
Yes, I realise that but the form E asked if there was an intention to cohabit within 6 months which at that time there was not. Even now it is only a consideration as opposed to an intention. My question is that if it becomes an intention and I have not 'lied' on my form E as it is an intention that occured AFTER this was submitted, are we 'sent back to Go' in terms of having to start again? If so, I will obviously keep it as a consideration (as it is for most of us) until I know we a finished the process.