Determining that the previous marital bond has been lawfully terminated is a very important factor in the process of remarriage. Most people choose to remarry after divorce because they have fallen in love once again. This might be easier for those who have no children. But when a divorcee has got the baggage of a failed marriage, not to mention financial and children issues, being in love as a reason to remarry might not be that practical or even logical to some.
Regardless of what their reason for remarrying may be, it is important to take note that although their past relationship have had them emotionally distraught, they will still have to revisit the past experience should they wish to wed again whether they like it or not. A divorce decree is a major requirement in the said process; as such, any divorcee who wishes to remarry will have to obtain a copy of this and review everything that occurred in the proceeding.