Legal Advice for “Annulment” — 55 results
Written by attorney R. S. Missimer, almost 4 years ago.
In this legal guideline we will outline the statutes that control Annulment for Marriage in Wisconsin.
If you have any questions that the statutes do not address, feel free to contact me... more
Written by attorney Jordan Miller, about 4 years ago.
Definition of Annulment An annulment is not a divorce. While a divorce officially terminates a marriage, an annulment is a declaration that the marriage never existed in the first place.... more
Written by attorney Mary Wilkins, about 4 years ago.
with many states, divorce in Ohio has steadily increased. From 1970 to
2000, divorce rates more than doubled, from 3.7% to 7.8% per 1,000
couples. For many, its an unfortunate... more
Written by attorney Duane L. Coker, over 4 years ago.
Annulment of Marriage of Person Under Age 18 A parent, managing conservator, guardian, or "next friend" can file for an annulment of a marriage of a person 16 years of age or older, but... more
Written by attorney J. J Sandlin, over 4 years ago.
What is a divorce? A divorce, also called a “decree of dissolution of marriage,” is a court order terminating a marriage. The marriage no longer exists after the divorce. Divorce is the... more
Written by attorney Mary Commander, over 4 years ago.
Can Be Void or Voidable by statute The marriage may either be void (invalid) from the outset or voidable (subject to attack) because of legal infirmities. No license or solemnization. If... more
Written by attorney Tracy Sterling, about 5 years ago.
Underage at time of marriage If one party to the marriage was under 18 years of age and did not have parental consent or a court order for the marriage, you may obtain an annulment in... more
Written by attorney Joan M Bundy, almost 3 years ago.
While not for everyone, and not available to everyone, annulments can sometimes be a quicker and easier way to undo an "accidental" marriage than a dissolution/divorce. A lot depends on the... more
Written by attorney Amanda Deering, over 3 years ago.
Rather than seeking dissolution of the marriage or
domestic partnership, the parties may qualify for an annulment, also known in
California as a Judgment of Nullity.
Essentially, this wipes... more
Written by attorney David Ross, over 3 years ago.
An annulment differs from a dissolution of marriage (divorce), a dissolution of a domestic partnership or a legal separation in that all of these are used to end the formal relationship for... more