As your question is directed at states other than Alabama, I can tell North Carolina has no waiting period in order to re-marry after a divorce.
On the other hand, it makes sense to wait as a divorce judgment can be appealed or attacked in most states after its entered. Unless you have a very good reason, the safe bet would be to play by the rules in your state.
You most certainly should consult with an attorney before acting as well.
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No, you must wait until at least the status of you and your spouse have been restored to the status of single persons. Good luck with your anticipated new marriage and I hope that it works out for a life of happiness.
Best of luck and I hope this information was a HELPFUL ANSWER if not the BEST ANSWER.
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