They don't say that if you go out for dinner with someone, your chances for gaining custody are nil -- but they don't say it's OK, either.
(b) The income of a supporting spouse’s subsequent spouse or nonmarital partner shall not be considered when determining or modifying spousal support.
Oklahoma courts tend to look for really significant changes before they'll alter permanent custody arrangements, however.
If you lose custody in your decree because you began dating even before your divorce was final, it might be very difficult to get it back.
However, it is true that dating and relationships during a divorce can have both a legal and practical impact on the family law case.
In this article, we will discuss the main points of impact that may occur and present some tips which will help you avoid problems with your divorce case.