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OP here. While I definitely wouldn't have accepted, as it might make things weird for my student (who is only 11 btw for whoever thought I should ask her if her parents are together), he is definitely still married, as I asked him. According to him, they are separated, which I'm sure is not fun, but I live in a small town and I'm sure I would be fired were I to date a married person. I explained that to him and he suggested going on a date out of town to "protect" me and all the red flags went up. Next parent teacher conferences are probably going to be a little weird.
By no thanks - / Tuesday 24 April 2018 00:54 /
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By  akvandervort  |  21

Checks last forever these days! Could easily be an ex-wife or soon-to-be ex wife. My checks still have the address of my apartment from 3 apartments ago. If the account number is the same, might as well use them up!

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  gomiyage  |  7

Getting divorced (or married) doesn't automatically change your last name, you know. A lot of divorced women choose to keep their married name if they have children--my mother included--so that they continue to "match" as a family. It's less stressful bureaucratically.

By  akvandervort  |  21

Checks last forever these days! Could easily be an ex-wife or soon-to-be ex wife. My checks still have the address of my apartment from 3 apartments ago. If the account number is the same, might as well use them up!

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  GhostFox  |  33

You aren't supposed to keep checks that have an ex-spouses name on it once you are in the "separating finances" portion of a divorce. The other person on the check can sign for them and most places won't check permissions on the account.

By  Alexandria79  |  22

check boxes are so expensive. mine still have my maiden name and I was married nearly 8 yrs ago. as a single dad, spending $$$ to change it, probably isn't worth it.

By  cacheson  |  38

It's not really a great idea to date a student's parent either way... that could really mess up your life if the wrong person finds offense and accuses you of something (favoritism, inappropriate behavior, etc.)

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