(not an attorney) Of course you can. Just understand that any kind of physical relationship can muddy the waters and give the ex a reason to fight back.
Given the fact that you are members of the opposite sex moving in will make any alimony claim she has infinitely more complicated. She should consult with a lawyer before allowing you to do this.
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I have a female friend that is going through a divorce and is going through some finance issues. She has kids and is looking for a roommate to help around the house with the bills and taking care of the kids. Is there a way I could move in and help out? I am a male. She is in the presses of getting a job and the cost of daycare is too high for her to handle. I was friends with both parties when they where together. I am in no way the reason for the divorce. Her husband has abandoned her and left her with the kids and nothing else, and I am willing to help her out. I am also looking for a place to stay and she needs help and I am willing to help out and remove some of the stress that she is going though.