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A Jewish couple gets a civil divorce. The wife remarries, and has children with her new spouse. Are the children of this second marriage, which was performed without a get having been issue, mamzerim? Is the wife guilty of adultery?

Related: http://judaism.stackexchange.com/questions/48405/are-non-orthodox-marriages-recognized-by-orthodox-rabbis/48411#48411Are non-Orthodox marriages recognized by Orthodox rabbis?

A Jewish couple gets a civil divorce. The wife remarries, and has children with her new spouse. Are the children of this second marriage, which was performed without a get having been issue, mamzerim? Is the wife guilty of adultery?

Related: http://judaism.stackexchange.com/questions/48405/are-non-orthodox-marriages-recognized-by-orthodox-rabbis/48411#48411

A Jewish couple gets a civil divorce. The wife remarries, and has children with her new spouse. Are the children of this second marriage, which was performed without a get having been issue, mamzerim? Is the wife guilty of adultery?

Related: Are non-Orthodox marriages recognized by Orthodox rabbis?

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Are civil divorces not recognized by Orthodox rabbis?

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