Are you still married if your husband comes back from the dead?
First, marriages end at the death of one spouse (See, Cal Fam Code § 2201). As such, a dead person coming back to life would not reinstate a marriage (or invalidate a subsequent one), because the resurrected spouse had died, thus ending the marriage.
How long after spouse dies can you remarry?
Three years is enough for a spouse to remarry. It largely depends on how quickly the individual is able to move on after the incident. Mourning the dead forever won't change anything. The earlier a widow or widower moves on, the better for them, especially if their children are still young.
Can a man do second marriage without divorce?
No, one cannot do a second marriage without divorcing his first wife. If one does so, he can be booked under IPC 494 which may result in imprisonment up to 07 years with fine and second marriage will become null & void. If he is bigamous the second marriage is not legally recognized by the courts (at least in India).
Can you remarry in the Catholic Church if your spouse dies?
Absolutely… You only cannot remarry if your spouse is alive and you have not obtained annulment. As a widow or widower anyone may marry again in the Church . This is a common requirement of the Permanent Diaconate (that a married deacon cannot remarry if his wife preceeds him in death).