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Setting aside a decree absolute (2 Posts)
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19 February, 2017 08:17AM
Setting aside a decree absolute
MichaelC69 - 19 February, 2017 08:17AM

My wife and I have been going through divorce proceedings for the past few months, and in January I received a decree absolute slightly out of the blue - it was imminent as we had both agreed financial matters and the consent order was signed ready to be submitted alongside the DA.

Since the DA was granted, I have remarried, however my now ex-wife is applying to the court for the DA to be set aside, as she believes there were some irregularities in the original application for DA.

If the DA is set aside, where does that leave the status of my new marriage? Also, can the DA be set aside if I am married again? This is a very bizarre and confusing matter, so any help would be appreciated!
Re: Setting aside a decree absolute
davidterry - 19 February, 2017 06:01PM
Well, who issued the divorce petition - you or your wife? And what sort of 'irregularities' is she complaining about?
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