The Lewis Leeper Blog
Fortunately, most states do not currently require a person or persons to have a “remarriage” waiting period after a divorce, but some states will allow a judge to create one in certain cases. Should you remarry during this time period, then the new marriage would generally be considered voidable, meaning that either party to the new marriage could ask to have said marriage declared invalid. Some states may require remarriage waiting periods during which both parties may appeal the divorce decree.
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