Can a decree nisi expire?
So, does the decree nisi have an 'expiry date'? The answer is that it does not, but there is a proviso. Of course, if the parties have not lived together since the decree nisi then there should not usually be a problem, and the court should make the decree absolute.
How long do I have to wait for a decree nisi?
six weeksThe decree absolute The decree nisi will be pronouced by the court but it is only a provisional decree of divorce. The petitioner must wait at least six weeks from the date the decree nisi was granted before making an application for the decree nisi to be made absolute, or final.
Do you have to wait 2 years to get divorced?
You do not have to wait two years to divorce if you can show the Court that your marriage has irretrievably broken down due to adultery or unreasonable behaviour, in which case you can divorce after one year.