Why add fuel to the fire? I would not recommend it.
Yes. You can have a live in partner, but you have to be completely divorced in all states to get married again. You should be aware that living with another person while your divorce is pending may have an adverse impact on the outcome of your divorce. Make sure you speak with your divorce attorney before moving in together.
Legally there is generally no problem if you decide to start dating while the case is still pending. To your question I would say that there shouldn't be a problem. However, I won't let your ex-spouse know of the new relationship because they could use that in court and say that this new relationship is the reason for divorce and then you won't receive any allumoni(or however you spell it) Not that it's that important, but it is if you have children.
No. You can only be legally married to one person at a time in the United States. All states require a person to be legally single before contracting a marriage. If your divorce is not final in one state, it's not considered final in any other state either. If you marry before the divorce decree is finalized your second marriage is null and void. You would be committing the act or crime of bigamy that in some states can land you in jail.
Not unless there is a court order in place addressing visitation. Each parent has as much right to the child as the other parent. If there are abuse or neglect allegations, the parent denying visitation for those reasons and to protect the child need to report those allegations to law enforcment and DHR/DCS immediately and seek an Ex Parte order for custody pending the divorce.
Yes, you can divorce while in bankruptcy. Bankruptcy has no effect on whether you can divorce or not. While divorce and bankruptcy can occur simultaneously, it can end up delaying the bankruptcy process. Ultimately the proceedings can continue and the parties can divorce without issue. I've written more about this here: http://www.freshstartlaw.com/know-about-bankruptcy/
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