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If you thought that you were divorced but the divorce was not yet granted, you were technically still married. Any other marriage that you took part in is considered to be invalid and void. Furthermore, it can be considered 'bigamous', which can be a crime. In this situation you have no other choice but to wait to be legally divorced, and then reapply for a marriage license, and redo the vows and ceremony. Otherwise the current marriage that you had is not valid and it would not be valid even when the divorce is granted--you would still need to formally re-marry for it to count.
Hope that helps.
I MUST NOT HAVE BEEN CLEAR I BIFERCATED AND MY DISOLUTION WAS GRANTED ON APRIL 3 2013 ONLY THE PROPERTY SETTLEMENT WAS NOT COMPLETE BUT I WAS NOW TOLD THAT EVEN THOUGH THE MARRIAGE WAS DESOLVED I HAD TO WAIT 6 MONTHS TO GET MARRIED WHICH WAS OCTOBER 4th 2013 MY QUESTION IS CAN I NOW GET REMMARIED WITHOUT ANY PROBLEMS
Now I understand--my apologies, it was unclear that your divorce was granted. Most divorces are granted pertaining to both property and the legal standing of parties, bifurcated divorces are far less common.
As for remarriage, many states have different conditions. Some do have a 6 month (or even a year) requirement denying marriage until that period of time passes away. Perhaps you may want to go across state lines and marry elsewhere where such a restriction would not be used against you. Otherwise the limitation is indeed binding against you.