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When can I remarry after a divorce ?


When can I remarry after a divorce?

Yes! you can remarry after your divorce is finalized. Remarriage after a divorce is not considered as adultery according to the Bible. There are certain instances in which divorce and remarriage are permitted and are not considered as adultery.

If your spouse is not ready to reconcile, you can consider the option of remarriage. There may be certain circumstances where you can remarry though the bible says you cannot remarry in any circumstances and advocates staying single.

If you are planning to get married right after being divorced, you may want to know about the waiting time. Waiting time is the period you need to stay single after you have had a divorce. This waiting time is for US marriage licenses. You will have to check for the waiting time with your local marriage license office or county clerk. This is to make sure they havenít changed and you can rely on them.

Many states do not have a remarriage waiting period after divorce. Some states do allow a judge to create a waiting period for both the parties. In case you marry before the waiting period ends, this new marriage is termed ad null and void. In this case, either party to the new marriage could ask to have the marriage declared invalid.

In some states, both the spouses are given some time to appeal to the divorce decree before they remarry. These states have remarriage waiting periods and this is calculated from the day the judge approves the divorce. The final hearing date is not necessarily the date of your divorce decree. In many states, the divorce decree is not the final until a judge signs it. Usually 30 days is the waiting period or typical time frame to appeal. If an appeal is filed, then the divorce decree is not considered as final. This means you are not divorced and hence you cannot remarry within 30 days. The final decree was appealed and overturned and in case you marry within this waiting period, your second marriage would not be considered legal marriage.


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