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Multiple marriage with a single person

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1 Multiple marriage with a single person on Tue Mar 15, 2011 6:27 am


Arresto Menor
If for instance I marry my fiancee twice?

Which one would be valid and register, the first one or the second one? Are they both valid or just the first one?

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2 Re: Multiple marriage with a single person on Tue Mar 15, 2011 10:36 am


Prision Correccional
What kind of marriages are we talking here?
A valid marriage is a valid marriage.
Of course you can be married in a civil court and in the church or the sharia. There are also some people who renew their vows.

in order for us to appreciate your question, please give more details.

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3 Re: Multiple marriage with a single person on Tue Mar 15, 2011 11:52 pm


Arresto Menor
Thank you for your response.

For example...

my gf is 24 and I'm 26

we get married without parental advice (which I no longer need). So we just need 2 witnesses right?

After that let us say a year after, we will formally ask for her parents approval so we can submit a parental advice before obtaining a new marriage license.

If we already married after obtaining a marriage license without parental advice(which I believe that we can get it 3 months after we file the application), can we get another marriage license and remarry again using that new marriage license?

we will have 2 marriage contract with 2 different dates or they will no longer issue us a new marriage license since we are already married. please give me your thoughts.


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4 Re: Multiple marriage with a single person on Fri Mar 18, 2011 9:51 pm


i do not believe you would be able to get a new marriage license. one of the new requirements now is a Certificate of No Marriage; your first marriage will appear.

your second ceremony will be a renewal of vows, but has no legal effect.

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