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What are the rules for a divorced woman to become Jewish. IE is it permitted, can a Jewish home be kept, and can the children still be considered members? Are there prohibitions for such a situation in an Orthodox sense. Does it matter if she was reform converted in the past and then married in a civil ceremony? ***I

***I am not necessarily considering this for myself. I want to convert to Orthodox Judaism, but am not sure if my husband will be willing to take that step. If he's not, then I'll consider. I just want to convert, and don't know all the ramifications to that. Reason I ask is there's two school age children involved, so they would be affected. I do know this is an incredibly complex answer, so I've been researching everything I can PLUS I will be conversing with a Rabbi if my husband is willing (excluding him if he's not). I guess my main questions are what options would I possibly have in this situation.

What are the rules for a divorced woman to become Jewish. IE is it permitted, can a Jewish home be kept, and can the children still be considered members? Are there prohibitions for such a situation in an Orthodox sense. Does it matter if she was reform converted in the past and then married in a civil ceremony? ***I am not necessarily considering this for myself. I want to convert to Orthodox Judaism, but am not sure if my husband will be willing to take that step. If he's not, then I'll consider. I just want to convert, and don't know all the ramifications to that. Reason I ask is there's two school age children involved, so they would be affected. I do know this is an incredibly complex answer, so I've been researching everything I can PLUS I will be conversing with a Rabbi if my husband is willing (excluding him if he's not). I guess my main questions are what options would I possibly have in this situation.

What are the rules for a divorced woman to become Jewish. IE is it permitted, can a Jewish home be kept, and can the children still be considered members? Are there prohibitions for such a situation in an Orthodox sense. Does it matter if she was reform converted in the past and then married in a civil ceremony?

***I am not necessarily considering this for myself. I want to convert to Orthodox Judaism, but am not sure if my husband will be willing to take that step. If he's not, then I'll consider. I just want to convert, and don't know all the ramifications to that. Reason I ask is there's two school age children involved, so they would be affected. I do know this is an incredibly complex answer, so I've been researching everything I can PLUS I will be conversing with a Rabbi if my husband is willing (excluding him if he's not). I guess my main questions are what options would I possibly have in this situation.

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What are the rules for a divorced woman to become Jewish. IE is it permitted, can a Jewish home be kept, and can the children still be considered members? Are there prohibitions for such a situation in an Orthodox sense. Does it matter if she was reform converted in the past and then married in a civil ceremony? ***I am not necessarily considering this for myself. I want to convert to Orthodox Judaism, but am not sure if my husband will be willing to take that step. If he's not, then I'll consider. I just want to convert, and don't know all the ramifications to that. Reason I ask is there's two school age children involved, so they would be affected. I do know this is an incredibly complex answer, so I've been researching everything I can PLUS I will be conversing with a Rabbi if my husband is willing (excluding him if he's not). I guess my main questions are what options would I possibly have in this situation.

What are the rules for a divorced woman to become Jewish. IE is it permitted, can a Jewish home be kept, and can the children still be considered members? Are there prohibitions for such a situation in an Orthodox sense. Does it matter if she was reform converted in the past and then married in a civil ceremony?

What are the rules for a divorced woman to become Jewish. IE is it permitted, can a Jewish home be kept, and can the children still be considered members? Are there prohibitions for such a situation in an Orthodox sense. Does it matter if she was reform converted in the past and then married in a civil ceremony? ***I am not necessarily considering this for myself. I want to convert to Orthodox Judaism, but am not sure if my husband will be willing to take that step. If he's not, then I'll consider. I just want to convert, and don't know all the ramifications to that. Reason I ask is there's two school age children involved, so they would be affected. I do know this is an incredibly complex answer, so I've been researching everything I can PLUS I will be conversing with a Rabbi if my husband is willing (excluding him if he's not). I guess my main questions are what options would I possibly have in this situation.

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