Q: During divorce seperation can wife bring her new lover into my home
A: She "can" bring her lover into your home, but she should not. If she does that, it could have an impact on the outcome of your divorce case. If you have already filed for divorce and are represented by an attorney, you should talk with your attorney about this situation. If you are not represented, I suggest hiring a divorce/family law attorney in your area to assist you with this matter.
A: I would never advise anyone to bring their new companion into the home during separation -- especially if there are children involved. The court could view this as sending a wrong message to the children. Consider the state we live in with our religious morals. That is typically the norm our judges across the state follow. Additionally, it could also be bad to bring a new companion into the home after the divorce if the children are present. A lot of times, there are clauses in the settlement agreement and/or the final decree of divorce that states "there shall be no overnight guests of the opposite sex unless related by blood while the children are present." This could also be interpreted to include members of the same sex if you are referring to an alternative life style. Feel free to contact me to discuss your concerns and options in a divorce case.
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