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The purpose is to determine exactly when the relationship began, whether it is sexual, whether any marital property has been transferred to the new friend, such as by gift, how much money was spent on dating this person, and whether the spouse has said anything that could be used against him or her at trial.
Even if everything is on the up-and-up, the result is a lot of unnecessary aggravation and cost.
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