New York allows you to re-marry as soon as you have your final divorce judgment in hand.
This can take several months from the time you reach a settlement with your (soon to be former) spouse, but once the settlement is submitted to the court, you’re on your way to being free to marry again.
One tip we always encourage our clients to abide by during the settlement negotiation is to stay discrete about your new relationship.
Even if that relationship contributed to the end of the marriage, you can count on having a simpler negotiation process if you make an effort not to rub it in.
After all, your spouse has the power to drag your divorce out longer and cost you a lot more money, so it only makes sense to stay polite and keep your romantic matters to yourself.
The attorneys at Zelenitz, Shapiro & D’Agostino can help ensure you have the smoothest divorce possible.
Call us today at 718-523-1111 for a free consultation with a Queens divorce attorney.