If you filed a Praecipe with the Prothonotary then they have already withdrawn your divorce action so you will need to re-file a new Divorce Complaint in order to re-file. Unfortunately his means new filing fees all over again. File for a 3301(c) divorce and start the process over again and wait the 90-days in order to finalize. If you have property to divide you should seek the advice of an attorney.Ask a similar question
You can certainly refile a new action and proceed with a divorce by consent. Just make sure your settlement agreement is spelled out properly and consult with an attorney to be safe.
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I agree with both of my colleagues. You will need to re-file, but it sounds like since you have already agreed on the fact the divorce is ncessary, you should be able to wrap it up within 3-4 months. Unfortunately, you will need to pay filing fees again.
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