There are some limited circumstances in which you may week a legal annulment of your marriage. This is to be distinguished from a religious annulment, which are offered by some religions. Marriages that are subject to annulment are categorized as either void or voidable. All void marriage may be annulled, but not all voidable marriages will be annulled, and it depends on all the circumstances as to whether a voidable marriage will be annulled, and even a void marriage can be rehabilitated.
If you believe you may be entitled to an annulment, or if your spouse is seeking an annulment, you need the guidance of an experienced family law attorney. Contact us today for a consultation to see how we can help.
Some of the common grounds for annulment are:
Marriage that are voidable can be ratified by the act of consummation after the injured party becomes aware of the fraud, duress, or after the temporary lack of capacity is over.
Even if the marriage is clearly a “void” marriage, a legal order/judgment of annulment should still be obtained, so that everyone is on notice that the marriage which may appear to have been valid, was not ever a valid marriage.
If you think you are entitled to an annulment, or if your spouse is seeking an annulment, contact us today for a consultation to see how we can help.
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