2nd marriage would be invalid when it happened.... CONGRATULATIONS! (or sorry) you are now single!
Marriage is boring. It is a legal contract. It is becoming outdated institution. If you love somebody deeply, you don't need any contract. love is love and let it remain like this.
you in biggg trouble
it needs a legal advice..
But even in those countries where polygamy is legal, polyandry is not. So, the second marriage would be illegal pretty much everywhere, and you would be officially single after your divorce. And quite likely incarcerated.
"Depends on where you are in the world. Polygomy is legal in many countries and you could be still married. <br />
Most western countries don't allow multiple spouses so you could only legally divorce the husband you were legally married to" good one LOL
Depends on where you are in the world. Polygomy is legal in many countries and you could be still married. <br />
Most western countries don't allow multiple spouses so you could only legally divorce the husband you were legally married to.
It is illegal in any where in the world you have to take divorce from first man after the divorce you get married to another man.
U joking right?
None of them are legal I'm afraid.
This is a LEGAL question. Answer totally depends on the laws of your country
I would think that if three people were to assemble a family by marriage, that each partner would be married to both others. Then, if you divorced "Andy" but not "Bill", you would still be married to Bill - and Bill would still be married to you AND ANDY. Andy would usually ask Bill to choose - you or him - so it would end up as either you AND Bill divorced Andy, or Andy AND Bill divorced you.
Also - although this is not currently recognized in law - the reality is that the word "marriage" is a synonym of "assemble". (Try describing the act of marrying, or the relationship called "marriage", without using some synonym of "assemble" - tie, join, unite, build, couple, put together, bond, link...) The word "assemble" is important because - in the United States anyway - "Assemble" is one of the fundamental Human Rights recognized and protected in the First Amendment. So, eventually, the law will have to recognize that people don't "marry", they "ASSEMBLE families by marriage" - and the US Constitution does not authorize ANY limits on the exercise of the Right of Assembly (except "peaceable" - not intending to foment revolution against the government) - so ultimately, it must become legal for any number of adults, acting of their own voluntary initiative and by mutual consent, to assemble a family together.
how did you manage to marry two men at a time ?