You will have to contact your carrier regarding their policy on the archiving of text messages.
Any kind of flirtation with a third prior to Order, or settlement of all issues can be dangerous as it can lead to the other spouse becoming even more difficult to deal with, and may cause a breakdown in negotiations. Further your spouse can attempt to say that the flirting is evidence that you initiated a romantic relationship with a third party prior to separation, which, if it can be proven can bar a claim for alimony.
Alleged adultery is not a factor in ED, only Alimony.
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