Remarriage

Oscar Wilde described remarriages as the “triumph of hope over experience.”

You may not marry anyone except your spouse for thirty (30) days after the final decree of divorce. If you do remarry, you may want a prenuptial agreement (also called premarital or antenuptial agreement). This is an agreement with your new spouse to be made before the marriage. If you are interested in this, ask me. It can help you avoid problems in your next marriage.

Reviews from People Who Have Been There

  • I called Larry and I’m glad I did.

    “Larry guided me through the process to reach an acceptable out of court settlement, which was absolute Godsend for my particular case.”

    Carl

  • Larry Rice and his able team took that low point of my life and transformed it into a turning point, for me and my children.

    “Larry and his entire staff were always attentive to my needs, always put my best interests first, and most of all, fought diligently for me.”

    Scott

  • Nick was always quick to return emails and phone calls, and he always explained everything so that I always knew exactly what was going on and what options we had.

    “When we went to court, Nick and his staff were beyond amazing in how well they were prepared. Nick did an outstanding job in the courtroom, and he gave me peace of mind throughout the entire process.”

    Beth

  • Mr. Rice is a very professional and employs a highly trained team of assistants who both assist him and keep the paperwork flowing to a quick conclusion of my case.

    “ Easy to contact if I/you have a question and is very knowledgeable as to how the case will proceed through the courts.”

    Larry

  • They get results!

    “Larry is simply the best divorce lawyer in the business.”

    Robert L.