Decree Nisi

'Decree Nisi' is replaced with the term 'Divorce Order' A 'divorce order' (see divorce order) is made by the court for divorce and does not become final until usually one (1) month after the order was made when the court will then then issue a 'divorce order that has come into effect' (see 'divorce order that has come into effect'),  A divorce order which has come into effect is often called a Divorce Certificate or Decree Absolute.

Divorce Order That Has Come Into Effect (Replaces The Terminology 'Decree Nisi')

Divorce order that has come into effect' replaces the terminology 'decree absolute' and indicates that divorce has been granted and the marriage is legally dissolved. A 'divorce order that has comes into effect' is issued by the court one (1) month after the 'divorce order' is made.
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