You swore you'd never marry again after your first try. You'd been put through the wringer during the divorce process and you came out convinced you were better off alone.
But then you chanced upon the man or woman of your dreams -- someone you felt truly compatible with, someone you fell hard for. And then, just like that, you reneged on your once rock-solid stance against remarriage.
But hold up! There are some things you need to know first. We asked six experts (and HuffPost Divorce bloggers) to share with us the three things divorcés should know before tying the knot again. Click through the slideshow below to read their advice, then email or tweet us @HuffPostDivorce the three things you think divorcés need to consider before saying "I do" again.
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