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If you found out 60 days after your divorce that your lawyer has not filed the decree and you have since remarried how legal is the marriage?

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2005-11-28 18:13:56
2005-11-28 18:13:56

I suggest you ask a lawyer, but a different one as the one you hired is useless...

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