You most likely need to check with a lawyer licensed in Colorado. If you had been divorced in Nebraska, Nebraska law states that you cannot remarry anyone until six months after the Decree of Dissolution is filed. This language is in Nebraska Decrees -- so you may want to read your Decree of Dissolution very carefully to see if there is something stated in it about re-marriage.
Nebraska has a 6 month waiting period after a divorce finalizes before you can remarry. If you were divorced by a Colorado order then Colorado law applies to when you can remarry. You will want to check with the attorney that handled your Colorado divorce action for when you are allowed to remarry. Many states do not have any waiting requirement after the decree is finalized and Colorado may be one of them.
Although I am an attorney practicing law in Nebraska, the answer I provide is for general purposes only and does not establish an attorney-client relationship. If you need legal advice, you should contact an attorney who will discuss with you the specific facts of your case.
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