Seperation; Split; Dis-Engaged
Yes, but your current spouse has much stronger grounds for divorce. So, it's legal, but incredibly stupid.
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They were never married. They were only engaged.
Yes - but you cannot get re-married until your divorce is finalised.
It is called your 'affiancy'
NO, breaking up with girlfriend is NOT called a divorce. It is called breaking up.
Easy answer--absolutely not! Stupid question...
Of course you can! "Engaged" means that you are planning to marry someone. You can plan to re-marry even though you are married to someone else. Answer: Engagement is just a promise or statement of intent. It has no real legal standing or requirement. It would, however, be good to let the "intended" know that you're waiting for the divorce. If being engaged shows an intent to enter into a contract. Then (where polygamy is illegal) you are also showing wilful intent to breach your current contract of marriage to the person you are currently married to if you have not filed for divorce. I am sure this would have legal implications on financial settlements and child custody arrangements. There are also etiquette questions about announcing an engagement before a divorce is final. It might be considered rather tacky to announce you are engaged to someone else while still married to a current spouse.
When people get a divorce that does not place blame on either person is called no-fault divorce!
You are engaged.
I do not believe there is a name for that...
No. Remarrying in a different country while getting a divorce in California is called bigamy. It is a felony. If you come back to California for any reason and have two spouses, you can end up in prison. Your spouse can take every thing you have.