Are you remarrying after an absolute divorce?
You did it. You finally got divorced! Even better, you’ve found the second love of your life and want to get married, again. Congrats!
How long should you wait before remarrying after an absolute divorce?
When the court enters the judgment of absolute divorce you can remarry immediately. However, the date the court’s order is entered and the date you go to court to testify to be divorced may be two different dates. To be safe, you should wait until you receive the court’s judgment in the mail.
But wait, perhaps you should wait even longer before you consider remarrying before an absolute divorce. A party to an absolute divorce has the right to appeal the court’s decision.
Additionally, a party to an absolute divorce case has 30 days to appeal the court’s judgment. If the party is successful on appeal, then the court’s judgment can be reversed! You might not actually be divorced then.
So, it’s always a good idea to wait 30 days after the court’s entry of the judgment of absolute divorce to ensure that no one files an appeal before you remarry.
A divorce in Carroll County is a difficult time for a family in Westminster, Maryland. Remarrying after an absolute divorce can be a tough situation for both new families. Make sure that you wait the appropriate amount of time before remarrying after an absolute divorce in Carroll County.
Schedule a Carroll County Divorce Attorney Consultation
The Law Office of Ross W. Albers is located in Westminster, Maryland. Carroll County Divorce Lawyer Ross W. Albers is former Baltimore City prosecutor. If you are considering a divorcing your spouse, then contact the Law Office of Ross W. Albers to schedule a family law consultation. Evening and weekend appointments are available.