(Closed) Divorce and a marriage :/

posted 5 years ago in Legal
Post # 2
47203 posts
Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: November 1999

cuteemoshannon:  I would wait to make any unalterable plans until your divorce is final. There is no need to rush. You rushed into your first marriage and you know how well that turned out.

Post # 3
9223 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper

I tend to agree with julies1949 — there doesn’t seem to be any reason to rush, so I’d just wait it out. If you love this man and want to spend the rest of your life with him, what’s waiting another 5 weeks?

Also, your SO looks alot like James Lafferty. 

Post # 6
3541 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: December 2015

cuteemoshannon:  wait until it’s finalized. anything can happy that could push it back further (trust me, it’s the legal system). If u really want to, u could plan a simple wedding in a month’s time after its finalized. 

Post # 7
6448 posts
Bee Keeper

cuteemoshannon:  I think I would wait until the divorce is finalized.  You have the rest of your life to spend with your new husband, what’s a few more weeks πŸ™‚

Besides, the last thing you want or need is something to go wrong and you can’t get married on the date you’ve settled on.

Post # 8
431 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2016 - Winery

The CA family law system moves very slowly and even uncontested divorces take 6+ months. I’d highly suggest seeing an attorney who can explain the laws and process to you before making any concrete plans.

Post # 11
9041 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper

cuteemoshannon:  Wait I’m confused. If you filed for divorce in 2012 wasn’t the divorced finalised then? Wouldn’t you just need to file for a change in custody and not file for divorce again? I mean you can’t get divorced from the same person twice unless you remarry them. 

Post # 13
80 posts
Worker bee

I would wait.

Personally, when I went through my divorce the last thing I would want to be doing at the same time is planning a wedding. And I was with my current SO when I was going through the divorce process. In Australia you have to be separated legally for 12 months before filing, so it is a looooonnng process- not sure what it’s like there though!

Post # 14
62 posts
Worker bee

I would wait until you have the paperwork back before picking a new date. I don’t know what county you’re in, but some counties are pickier than others when it comes to the paperwork, and some counties take forever with defaults depending on the time of year. I’ve had a few clients wait about 6 months.


Post # 15
446 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2015

Definitely wait. You never know what might happen.

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