ROWE LAW FIRM | Jeffrey S. Wittenbrink
If you are legally divorced you may marry immediately. You will need to wait whatever waiting period is required for obtaining a marriage license, but your eligibility to marry is there the day the divorce is granted.
Answer Applies to: Louisiana
Law Office of Michael W. Bugni | Jay W. Neff
You don't have to wait at all. In Washington, once the divorce decree has been signed by the court and filed with the clerk of the court, you are divorced. You could, literally, go out the next day and get married again. Of course, whether it is a good idea is a completely separate question. Be that as it may, there is no legal impediment to it.
Answer Applies to: Washington
The Coyle Law Office | T. Andrew Coyle
The day after your divorce is finalized you may technical get remarried; however, it is prudent to wait at least 30 days after everything is finalized. This is because there is a 30 day window after the judgment is entered for it to be appealed.
Answer Applies to: Illinois
John E. Kirchner, Attorney at Law | John Kirchner
In Colorado the divorce is final the day the judge enters the decree and there is no waiting period for remarriage. In theory, one party could appeal the final orders up to 45 days from the entry of the decree. If the divorce itself were appealed and thrown out, the remarriage might be questionable and invalid. But, there are so few technical grounds that the divorce itself could be appealed upon that that rarely ever happens and the only things that might be appealed are the substantive issues. So, unless there is an appeal pending, 45 days is a safe waiting period. If there is an appeal pending, be sure you know what the issue for appeal is.
Answer Applies to: Colorado