No longer true supposedly, but maybe you should read this article written by a divorce judge.
"Dating during divorce isn't wise", click here In the majority of divorces from my observation, one or the other and often both are dating before it becomes final.
You should be able to call the reference department at your public library as to which of the two your state is.
This posses many a problem in not dating because there are divorces that the legal hassles go on for what seems like "years".
Another example would be you kick out the STBX (soon to be ex) and change the locks. They come back while you are at work, break the door down and take everything.
You can not have them arrested, and whether you have an attorney or not, it was just as much their house as your house, and what they took was just as much theirs as it was yours.
Ever consider trying to cut your new Mercedes in half?
If you are in an equitable distribution state, then property that is not in both names will be divided by number of years of the marriage, all sorts of formulas and what each has contributed etc.