FAQ - Annulment

Do I have grounds for an annulment?

In order to get an annulment you must have a void or voidable marriage. Your marriage may be void or voidable if one of the following applies: absence of mental capacity, absence of physical capacity, absence of a valid marriage license, blood relationship, concealment of prior marital status, fraud, duress, lack of contractual intent, proxy marriage, undissolved prior marriage, secret attempt not to abide by antenuptial agreement, misrepresentation of religion, refusal of intercourse or underage. There may be other reasons for an annulment that a court will accept. If you have any questions you may want to speak with an attorney for more information. If you do not meet the grounds for an annulment you may still get a divorce.


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