If my ex-husband and I remarry, does all the terms from the divorce become null and void?

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If my ex-husband and I remarry, does all the terms from the divorce become null and void?

My ex-husband and I want to remarry. I have residential custody of our children and he pays child support every month directly to me. Since we want to remarry does the divorce and all the terms become null and void or is there something we need to do?

Asked on November 15, 2011 under Family Law, Florida

Answers:

MD, Member, California Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney

Answered 10 years ago | Contributor

You need to and should go in to nullify the order as you are remarrying. The court may either dismiss the order, revoke the order or just quash it. You may need to provide the proof of marriage (re-marriage through your new certificate of marriage) once you do get married. The court probably won't do anything with it until you have proof so better to get married, provide the proof and have the order set aside so that no issues arise legally for you out of it.


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