While it's possible, the chance of a divorced couple getting remarried to each other is a low six percent. However, 72 percent of people who reunite end up staying together, which is better than the national average of 5... More »

To stop a divorce once the legal papers have been filed, the couple must both agree to stop it and file a request to withdraw the petition for divorce, according to Legal Match. The courts may require the couple to atten... More »

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An uncontested divorce can take anywhere from several months to several years, depending on the factors impacting a couple's divorce proceedings. An uncontested divorce is simply an agreement to divorce without dispute f... More »

A number of websites, including Divorce.com, offer basic information about divorce titled Divorce 101, providing tips and advice that might help people who are considering divorce to navigate the entire process more effe... More »

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When a divorce is uncontested, the couple must typically wait anywhere from 30 days to 12 months based on their state's prescribed waiting period for divorce finalization, according to McKinley Irvin Family Law. Divorces... More »

The drawbacks to a legal separation versus a divorce include complex paperwork and court filings, emotional stress and an unnecessary, extra step if the couple plans to dissolve the marriage eventually, according to Jack... More »

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Every state has legal aid offices that help people who are unable to pay for their own legal representation during a divorce or other civil or criminal matter, notes About.com. Individuals who need representation should ... More »

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