Bigamy


#1

Why should he face any legal charges if he assumed you got athe divorce. I guess you are mad and hurt because he remarried and now you wanna cause issues in his new life. let it go


#2

Your husband’s second marriage does not end yours. You need to proceed with the absolute divorce for yourself.

Lisa M. Angel
Board Certified Family Law Specialist
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#3

My estranged husband (we were married in 1995 in Cumberland Co. NC) remarried on the assumtion I had got the divorce and now I would like to legaly end our marriage. Does his second marriage end ours at all? What if any criminal charges may he face? We lived together for 2 years after we married, can this marriage be anulled?