But, if the marriage is over except for the legal work, I don't see the moral issue anymore.
They have separted before and have come to the decision that they cannot be together.
They are currently in the divorce process and don't see or talk to each other.
I just wouldn't have sex with her until she is legally separated.
Kissing and hugging i would still do even if she isn't legally divorced, but i'm sure if its romantic kissing like at her house alone with her it would easily turn to sex where as a kiss in public wouldn't be as likely.
Its a judgement call if you want to date her or not.
If you have a high level of morals as you say then you already know the choice that you should make.Well, ask yourself this: how many times has your intuition really pressed that you do something, but you end up doing the opposite..then regretted it, saying "Why didn't I listen to what my gut was telling me!" It seems to me that your feelings of uneasiness are very valid, and you should listen to them.hope this helped Phil As far as dating her when the divorce isn't final, I see no problem.The papers *have* been filed and they *are* in the process of divorce, so you don't have to worry too much about reconciliation.I met a beautiful woman through a friend recently and we hit it off immediately.