Yes, there is a 30-day waiting period to remarry in Texas. You can ask, in your final divorce decree, for a waiver of that period. However, if you re-marry the person you are divorcing, there is no waiting period.
There is no waiting period in Arkansas. Only Alabama and Texas have a waiting period.
Texas law takes precedence in such a case and both parties are required to wait 6 months after the final divorce decree before they can remarry. Texas does have the legal option available for either party to request a waiver of the waiting period.
In most cases, the waiting period to remarry in Texas after a divorce has been finalized (from any state) is 30 days. The court may deem the waiting period to be lengthened or shortened if it feels there are circumstances that warrant it. The waiting period does not begin until the divorce has been completely finalized-not filed.
No , it could be considered illegal or "voidable" because of the mandatory waiting period because one of the parties could appeal the divorce.
If you divorce in Texas you must follow Texas law.
No, TX has a 30 day waiting period before you an remarry (unless it's a case of the former spouses remarrying each other).
Wait for what? To get remarried? Normally there is a 60-day period from the time divorce is filed until it becomes final. You can remarry 30-days after the divorce becomes final. So, 90 days from the day you filed. 30-days from the day it's final.
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Yes, you need another license. It will serve to show that the divorce is no longer in effect.
Probably not, but in any event it would be stupid. Yes it is. You may marry immediately after you have been granted a divorce if you so wish
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THere is a 30 day period. See section below: Sec. 6.801. REMARRIAGE. (a) Except as otherwise provided by this subchapter, neither party to a divorce may marry a third party before the 31st day after the date the divorce is decreed. (b) The former spouses may marry each other at any time. Added by Acts 1997, 75th Leg., ch. 7, Sec. 1, eff. April 17, 1997.
There is a 30 day cooling off period before you can remarry in Texas. § 6.801. REMARRIAGE. (a) Except as otherwise provided by this subchapter, neither party to a divorce may marry a third party before the 31st day after the date the divorce is decreed. (b) The former spouses may marry each other at any time. However, as with most laws there are exceptions. § 6.802. WAIVER OF PROHIBITION AGAINST REMARRIAGE. For good cause shown the court may waive the prohibition against remarriage provided by this subchapter as to either or both spouses if a record of the proceedings is made and preserved or if findings of fact and conclusions of law are filed by the court.
Read your divorce decree. If the state of Texas requires a 90 day waiting period before you allowed to legally marry again, then you have to wait 90 days.
You can file your divorce papers in Texas.
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Adultery is one of the grounds for divorce in Texas. Of course you have to prove it.
The term a "Texas divorce" means no-fault divorce. Which means neither party is responsible for the divorce, so no party is responsible for paying alimony.
The answer is 180 days in Texas and 90 days in the County in which they are filing their divorce The answer is 180 days in Texas and 90 days in the County in which they are filing their divorce
This answer depends on the state that you are located in. Most states have some waiting period between when the divorce is filed and when it will be finalized. For example, in California there is a 6-month waiting period, Florida has a 20 day waiting period, Texas has a 60 day waiting period, and New York has a 30 day waiting period. It also depends on porperty settelments that could make divorce last a little longer.
After your divorce, you are not permitted to remarry another person before the 31st day after the date the divorce was "decreed" (usually meaning the day the Decree was signed). The only proviso is that when "good cause" is shown the court can waive the prohibition against remarriage if a record of the proceedings is made (in open court with a court reporter) or with "written findings of fact" prepared and signed by the Judge.
You can refuse to sign divorce papers in Texas. The divorce will eventually move ahead and along without the signatures.
Texas is one of the states that will not allow a divorce while the mother is pregnant.