So... let's say you have kids in the house... and you're going through a divorce. Should the government be able to tell you that you can't have sex with your new significant other until the divorce is FINAL? Or bring someone home AT ALL? You'd think people would have more common sense about introducing a new mate to their children and incorporating him/her into their lives, but they don't. But should the law have to be involved? There is legislation on the table that has been proposed by State Sen. Richard Ross (who does NOT support the measure) on behalf of one of his constituents, Wrentham Selectman Robert Leclair.
Here's how the bill reads:
In divorce, separation, or 209A proceedings involving children and a marital home, the party remaining in the home shall not conduct a dating or sexual relationship within the home until a divorce is final and all financial and custody issues are resolved, unless the express permission is granted by the courts.
What do you think of this? Leave us a comment below. (Read the full text of the bill here.)
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