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Don't think it would for child support but alimony maybe1
Don't think it would for child support but alimony maybe
No unfortunately not because the divorce was already in-motion so that is considered the end of the connected agreement of marriage. Most judges would not even acknowledge what anybody does during only before.
man or woman it doesn't apply.
There are slightly different rules regarding this depending on where you live, but generally yes it can be used against you - basically due to breaking the "contract" of marriage. However, this would only be the case before divorce proceedings begin, so in your case in should not matter.
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