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While in some jurisdictions it is, in fact, a requirement that the parties have ceased sexual relations before filing a complaint for divorce and do not resume sexual relations after filing the complaint, there is no such law that voids a divorce decree simply on the basis of resuming sexual relations after a divorce has been finalized. So the marriage is still dissolved and the final divorce decree is still valid. I hope this helps. Do you have any other related questions?
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