Jane & Jon (residents of California) divorced (02/12) in Nevada, Jane asked no spousal support/property. Jon remarried Mary (03/12) in CA. In NV (01/13) Jane filed to void the NV divorce, but was dismissed because she exceeded the 6 month time limit to protest. Jane is protesting the NV divorce in CA saying Jon was not a domicile of NV & that Jon was not in NV for 6 weeks, and she is filing for divorce in CA. Jane's case has been accepted in CA, Jon responded & a trial date is set. Questions: 1) if Jon has no evidence he lived in NV 6 weeks (or if Jane has evidence that he did not) & Jon signed on the divorce app he did, what are the legal repercussions? (could he be charged with fraud/bigamy?) 2) can his divorce be invalid? 3) if his divorce is invalid is his new marriage invalid?Another question: if a divorce is amicable (which in Jane & Jon's case it was), and neither spouse asks the other for anything (which was the case with them; and, also, Jane quit claimed the properties to Jon), can one spouse later ask for reconsideration of that? - ie. can Jane ask for spousal support and division of properties now, even if their divorce is NOT invalidated?
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