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Section: Questions   Category: Halacha
Halacha - re marriage.
Submitted by sam  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh
Question: Dear Rav Monchharsh, I am Jewish, I married 20 years ago to a woman who is not jewish and never converted to judiasm. we were married civil, and not by any Rabbi. We have now divorsed civil. I never got a get, as I believe that since I never got married by a rabbi, and just civil, there was no necessity ti get a get, I have now met an Orthodox woman , and we wish to Marry in the Orthodox by a Rabbi and in a Shul, Halachicly what must we do to marry. Thank you
Answer: Congratulations on your upcoming marriage. There is no need to do anything further as a civil marriage is not binding nor is a marriage to a non-Jew.
posted:2008-07-20 20:12:59

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