Can Latter-day Saints remarry?
People marry, divorce, and remarry. Latter Day Saints (LDS) couples marry for time and for eternity. A legal divorce does not affect, change, or remove a temple marriage/sealing in any way. Only a cancellation nullifies the eternity part of the union, on paper at least.
Do LDS have arranged marriages?
Most fundamentalist Mormons, apart from the FLDS, do not practice arranged marriages. Rather, they believe that arranged marriages violate the members free agency. Most fundamentalist Mormons today are descendants of those who were excommunicated from the LDS Church for entering into polygamous marriages.