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

  • Jessica Ferrante is quick and fierce in the courtroom.

    “Jessica Ferrante is quick and fierce in the courtroom. You definitely want her on your team. I recently hired her after a 3 year long child support case to get the job finally done. She not only got the case settled, but she won it by a landslide! I highly recommend her!”

    Abigail

  • He explained every little step and guided me through that difficult time, giving me solid, sensible advice all the while.

    “Mr. Rice was so kind and patient that soon my fears abated.”

    Mary

  • He was totally objective and allowed me to diverge from the "normal or customary" lawyerly path.

    “He well advised me of the consequences of my decisions. ”

    Steve

  • His integrity, preparation, and support made the best of a very sad situation. Highly competent, Intelligent and tenacious.

    “Nick Rice represented me in a 10 year divorce case that included 6 opposing attorneys, GAL, 2 special Masters, and TN Court of Appeals. ”

    Steve

  • Integrity at every turn.

    “Rice Divorce Team goes above and beyond what is required.”

    Jane T.