redivorce

redivorce

(ˌriːdɪˈvɔːs)
vb (tr)
(Law) to divorce again
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Nonetheless, the sociological literature offers an abundance of material on divorce, stepfamilies, and (less so) redivorce that is germane to the issue at hand, including hundreds of published empirical studies.
747, 750, 753 (1990); Lawrence Ganong et al., Divorce as Prelude to Stepfamily Living and the Consequences of Redivorce, in HANDBOOK OF DIVORCE AND RELATIONSHIP DISSOLUTION 409, 410 (Mark A.
After 18 months, they separated and mutually agreed to redivorce. I called Lew for the last time and reached him in his new bachelor pad in the small Illinois town.