A Texas couple is in the middle of a messy divorce after they filed for divorce, but a judge is sticking to his original ruling that they can legally get married.
The couple, who were married in Mexico, told ABC News that their marriage is still valid and that they are looking forward to getting married.
The couple, whom ABC News is not identifying for privacy reasons, filed for a divorce after marrying in the Mexican state of Veracruz, where the legal age of marriage is 18.
They are legally divorced and will get a new marriage certificate.
The judge in the case ruled that because there is a legal age for marriage in Texas, the couple should be allowed to get married under the state’s definition of marriage.
But he also noted that the couple had to get a divorce in order to legally get a marriage certificate, which is a very different issue than a civil divorce.
The court ruled that they will get married at the same time, and they will be allowed, on paper, to get their divorce document signed.
The judge, Robert H. Brown, told the couple they can’t file a joint declaration, which would be the legal way to get the divorce, until after the divorce.
Brown also said that he can’t consider a motion to dismiss the case because the state still has jurisdiction over the case.