The short answer is no. If you engage in a relationship while you are still married you may bring about grounds for divorce for your spouse. I realize that they may be the love of your life and that no one has ever treated you this way before, but if it is meant to be, they will wait for you until your legal battle is over.
I am not a minister, nor a member of the clergy. I am, however, a Christian. I would strongly recommend that you seek the advice of your pastor in this area. If you do not currently have a home church or pastor to discuss this topic with, click here for a well-written article on the subject.
We believe that everyone should have the ability to consult with an attorney regarding his or her case. When we first began, we gave free consultations, but as time went by, we found we were doing so many consultations, we didn’t have time to work on our existing clients’ needs. In light of this, we changed our policy to allow us to meet with individuals without detracting from our level of service. We meet for consultations beginning at 9:00 a.m. and take our last appointment at 4:00 p.m. The cost for a consultation is $100.00 for an initial consultation.
A consultation lasts 1 hour; after that, normal hourly rates will apply.