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.

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