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I was finalizing my divorce process in Nevada when my current wife and I decided to marry in April 2012 in Colorado. I told her my divorce was already completed prior to us marrying in April 2012. My divorce in Nevada was not really recorded and decreed until January 2013. The state of Colorado clerk/recorders office says according to them our marriage is valid based on the answer of single I stated on the application for marriage at the time we applied. But I wasn't. I lied. Based on me being still married in Nevada and then marrying in Colorado prior to my divorce being finalized, is my Colorado marriage is invalid? If so, do we have to get an annulment and re-apply for a new license and remarry? Or should we just go re-apply for a marriage license and remarry? Or just leave it alone?