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Joseph, Family Law Attorney
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If a couple remarries does that cause cancellation of court

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If a couple remarries does that cause cancellation of court orders from the divorce?
Are there any specific orders that have you concerned? Thank you.
Customer: replied 3 years ago.

They ordered I split any recovery from a pending employment lawsuit with my ex.

And you have no remarried the ex? Thank you.
Customer: replied 3 years ago.

possibly in the future

If you were to remarry, that would clearly eliminate the need for much of the divorce judgment. As an example, if children were involved and you were ordered to pay child support, remarrying and residing together again as a family would eliminate the need to pay the support obligation.


The payment of the monies from the lawsuit would fit into that category, meaning there would be no need to make a direct payment. Having said that, she would still have a claim to an interest in the property. What I mean is this: if you remain divorced, then the judgment clearly details her interest in the judgment; if you remarry, then, as your spouse, she has an interest in the monies as well.


In short, if you do remarry, you won't have to actually write her a check but the proceeds would be joint marital property.

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