Living as a "monk"


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Tripp:

Legally you are still married. If you have sexual relations you may be sued for criminal conversation. If you want to learn more about criminal conversation, you can look on the website or consult with an attorney.

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Originally posted by Trippp
Once legally separated, do I have to live as a "monk" and not have any interaction with the opposite sex until absolute divorce?

Adrian Davis
Attorney
The Rosen Law Firm
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Raleigh, North Carolina 27607
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Once legally separated, do I have to live as a “monk” and not have any interaction with the opposite sex until absolute divorce?