At your option, or in concert with your spouse, you can seek to have your divorce proceedings put on hold, according to the American Bar Association Section of Family Law. For example, if you and your spouse decide you want to attempt a reconciliation, the court can suspend your divorce proceedings. The court can put a hold on your case for a specific period of time or indefinitely, depending on your circumstances.
How to Put My Divorce on HoldBy Mike Broemmel - Updated June 13, 2017
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