Believe it or not, this is a question that we often get. I think the reason we get this question a lot is because divorce in Utah takes time. It is a minimum of 90 days, but if there is fighting, it can take a lot longer.
The short answer to this question is immediately.
I personally recommend that you wait at least a day after your divorce decree is signed before you remarry. It makes it a little easier to prove that you didn’t get married while you were still married to someone else.
There is no waiting period for remarriage after divorce.
The way the court’s sign divorce decrees in Utah now, in 2017, is the court puts a digital seal and signature on the top of the first page of the decree with the date and time that the judge signed the decree. The moment after the judge signs the decree, you and get married again.
I hope this is clear.
If you have any other questions about divorce in Utah, please give us a call. We love family law cases and would love to answer your questions.
Thanks for visiting.
Ascent Law LLCSEO by Jeremy Eveland
8833 S. Redwood Road, Suite C
West Jordan, Utah
84088 United States
Telephone: (801) 876-5875
Hi i am Alba Stadler. If you need utah divorce and bankruptcy lawyer, child custody, adoption or family law attorney who does child custody, father’s rights, divorces and bankruptcy – both chapter 7 bankruptcy and chapter 13 bankruptcy law that cares about you, your family, your case, and is aggressive, call 801-676-5506 now for a free consultation. I recommend them to anyone they are professional, divorce and bankruptcy in Utah can be tough, so you need a smart divorce and bankruptcy lawyer who can help you today.