Can a final divorce be reversed?
But the court ruled a reversal wasn't possible. In some states a final divorce decree can be reversed so long as both parties request it and are within the correct time frame. The reasons to reverse a divorce decree include mistake, misfortune, accident or fraud.
How long does an uncontested divorce take to finalize?
Once the papers have been filed with the court, the question, "How long does an uncontested divorce take?" is completely out of the parties' hands. The amount of time it will take to finalize the divorce by having a judge approve and sign the judgment can take anywhere from six weeks to 12 months.
Can you change your mind after you file for divorce?
If your divorce has already been finalized, but you and your ex-spouse wish to change your mind, there isn't very much you can do, besides remarry. However, if you are still early on in the divorce process and you change your mind, you can still request to withdraw your petition or sign a form for voluntary dismissal.
Can you sue for alimony after divorce is final?
During the process of dissolving your marriage, the court may order you to pay alimony payments after the divorce is final. Payments are not required during the separation period. Once a divorce is final, however, a court will only alter or change an alimony decree if the circumstances of the parties change.