But can I legally get married within the six-month waiting period if we move out of Wisconsin and become a resident of another state and get married in that state?
On the date of your divorce judgment in Wisconsin, you will be told by the judge or you will execute a document indicating that you have been provided knowledge that you may not remarry anywhere in the world within six months of that date and any marriage contracted by you in that period will be null and void.
Even if you move out of Wisconsin and become a resident in another state, your marriage will be considered void if you remarry within six months.
If you later return to Wisconsin and for some reason request that Wisconsin recognize your marriage, you will be unsuccessful.
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Trisha B. Festerling is an Associate Attorney in the Milwaukee, Wisconsin office of Cordell & Cordell where she practices family law exclusively. Ms. Festerling’s practice is focused on men’s divorce, child support, child custody, paternity and modification. She is licensed in the state of Wisconsin. Ms. Festerling received her Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice with a focus on Political Science, Magna cum Laude, from the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee. She received her Juris Doctor from Regent University School of Law in Virginia Beach, Virginia.