In most cases yes, unless the people involved allow the children to remain in the Will. If the divorce is amicable by both parties then the wife or husband may even stay in the will. The norm is, that when people file for divorce they divide property/monies and settle on child custody. The existing Wills should be redone by a lawyer (or the person themselves) taking out their ex. Then it's up to each of them to decide if the children remain in each separate Will. Marcy
no you are not.
well first of all he might want to get a divorce before he can marry you. if he won't get a divorce then does not want to marry you.
No, not in the United States or all other Western countries. You can only be married to one person at a time. You must obtain a divorce before you remarry or your second marriage would be invalid. When you knowingly marry while still married to someone else you commit bigamy which is illegal.
If you live in a Western country such as the United States or Canada, no, you cannot marry someone else without getting a divorce and it bigamy is breaking the law.
From what I understand, you can't marry anyone who is already married (unless they divorce their current partner or become a widow)
If you are still married when you marry your new spouse the second marriage will not be legal. Even if you divorce your first spouse during your second marriage, it will still not be legal. You have to be divorced BEFORE you marry again.
No, it universally illegal to marry if you are already married and until the divorce is final you are legally still married.
did she ever marry or have kids and what did she end up doing for a living
Unless there has be a legal divorce they are still legally married and if they tried to marry someone else they would be breaking the law.
You cannot legally marry if your divorce is not final, even if you go to another country it is still bigamy.
Do you mean can you get married if you're still married to another person? No. At least not in the US.
no than r still marry.
If you are still married yes
It is not legal to marry someone that is already married. Until you have the final divorce decree, you would be breaking the law to obtain a marriage license. Marrying someone who is already married is called bigamy.
This is completely natural, if you absolutely hated your ex, this would still happen. It doesn't mean you still have feelings for him/her. If you are really doubting this future marriage, have a talk with your ex and consider your options, you can always get a divorce.
Only he knows for sure - speculating, he still has control of you, its a reason he does not have to marry the other person, he may not believe in divorce or for some unknown reason he may believe down the road he could come back.
Yep, legal resident. Citizenship takes time. I'll marry you. I should add you can not marry someone to become legitimate AND you still must file all the proper paperwork. In other words you must actually marry out of love and not for citizenship.
You're kidding, right? If you are still married, you can not legally marry another! No one cares if you have a divorce in progress or not. It's like being pregnant; you are either married (can't legally marry another) or you or divorced. There is no in between.
No. Until your divorce is finalized by the court, you are still married. Getting married to a different person during your divorce proceedings would be bigamy.
This question has nothing to do with the Greek mythology of Zeus or Aphrodite.
Unless you have good reason to believe that your husband is dead you still need to file for divorce. Abandonment is acceptable grounds for divorce in all states.
I believe you can. Only if his marriage in India is not registered in the USA.
If you have a marriage certificate, that is your proof. If someone is contesting this, it is up to them to produce divorce documents. Even if you were in the process of getting a divorce at the husband's time of death, if there was no divorce decree, there was not yet a divorce.
Yes, they still can.