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Should he be divorced by now?
been seeing Mr non Committal for over 3 years we lived together for over a year but he moved out last year & in to his parents but we see each other all the time. but his still not divorced after being separated from his wife for 4 years.
when we first started dating he was still in regular contact with the wife which i was understanding about as it was still raw for her, now they don't speak as much but she seem to pop up on special occasions, birthdays , holidays, etc. should this have stopped by now & should he be divorced?
I don't know all the details, but I can say that he's not over her. He may possibly be "romantically" over her, but not when it comes to their friendship. It could be that he wants to divorce her but she won't sign the papers or vice versa. It could be any number of things.
It could be he doesn't feel emotionally prepared for another serious relationship. Either way, he has some things to work out and he has to do it or he'll be in the between zone forever.
They should divorce if he is seeing you. If he doesn't want to be married to his wife then he should divorce her, he needs to make a decision.
Probably it will never end especially if kids are involved. Also, I couldn't wait to get away from my wife and it took 3 1/2 years. My boss's divorce took 4 1/2 years. No one is in a hurry that has a say in this. Judges and courts hate divorces and give it the lowest priority.
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