What happens if you change your mind after filing for divorce?

What happens if you change your mind after filing for divorce?

If you and your spouse have changed your mind about divorcing, it is imperative that you let your solicitor know as soon as possible to prevent your divorce being finalised. If your decree absolute has already been granted, you are then free to re-marry your spouse (or anyone else) if you wish to.

How can I revoke my divorce?

The couple can, if they agree, cancel the divorce by asking the court to dismiss the divorce after the papers have been filed. Many times, they can request a dismissal form from the county clerk anytime before a judgment has been entered. If no response has been filed, the petitioner alone can file the dismissal form.

Can you void a divorce decree?

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.

Can a default divorce Judgement be reversed?

In California, it is even possible to get a default divorce if a petitioner does not personally serve the defendant a copy of the complaint. You can't take back or rescind the divorce once the courts have finalized it, even if the defendant never received the petition and did not know a spouse filed for divorce.