You can get remarried while your divorce is still pending. Here’s how.
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What happens if you meet someone and want to get remarried while your divorce is still pending?
In California, there’s a mandatory six-month waiting period—a divorce cannot be final until at least that time has elapsed. If you want to get remarried after the waiting period, you can petition the court for a status-only judgment that terminates your married status; this returns you to a single person. Once that is done, you may still have to come back to court to address custody issues, property division, or whatever else remains. Please get this done legally because you can’t get remarried without a judgment of dissolution from your previous partner.
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