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I know there is a way to waive the 30 day period it is called the waiving the prohibition against remarriage or something like that and I read that you would include it in your final decree or ask the judge for it after the final decree is signed.
I spoke with the same clerk that I filed the petition with so I am not sure if thats the courts or the judge's what about this in the decree: the last sentence is what I added its in bold.
15. Decree Acknowledgment
Petitioner, Billye Felecia XXXXX XXXXX, and Respondent, Darryl Creanston Johnson Jr. each acknowledge that before signing this Agreed Final Decree of Divorce they have read this Agreed Final Decree of Divorce fully and completely, have had the opportunity to ask any questions regarding the same, and fully understand that the contents of this Agreed Final Decree of Divorce constitute a full and complete resolution of this case. Petitioner and Respondent acknowledge that they have voluntarily affixed their signatures to this Agreed Final Decree of Divorce, believing this agreement to be a just and right division of the marital debt and assets, and state that they have not signed by virtue of any coercion, any duress, or any agreement other than those specifically set forth in this Agreed Final Decree of Divorce. The Court finds that good cause exists to waive the prohibition against remarriage for 30 days, and it is ordered that the parties may remarry third parties at any time after the entry hereof.
Good cause exists to waive the prohibition against remarriage for 30 days, and the parties request that they may remarry third parties at any time after the entry hereof.
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