Legal Advice for “Annulment” — 55 results
Written by Avvo Staff, over 5 years ago.
An annulment is a legal procedure that retroactively states that a marriage or civil union never existed. It effectively dissolves the marriage or civil union and returns both parties to... more
Written by attorney Leon Bennett, about 3 years ago.
After 72 days of marriage, Kim Kardashian has filed for divorce from Kris Humphries. There will be debate about whether or not this marriage was a publicity stunt. I, for one, hope both Kim... more
Written by attorney Curtis Romanowski, about 1 year ago.
Some New Jerseyans in very short term marriages or civil unions are hopeful that they can reverse the process and obtain an annulment. Learn more...
Written by attorney Jordan Gerber, about 1 year ago.
We all do things we regret and, as a divorce attorney, Ive heard it all. But dont kid yourself, these types of misgivings are experienced by everyone. They can range from feelings of... more
Written by attorney Rachel Elovitz, over 1 year ago.
If you are thinking about ending your marriage and would prefer to annul than to dissolve by divorce, know that it is not as easy as you might imagine. Check out the below answers to... more
Written by attorney Brad Micklin, over 1 year ago.
What Everybody Needs to Know about Annulments in New Jersey
Our New Jersey family law attorneys often receive inquires about annulment in NJ, but we find that many people misunderstand the... more
Written by attorney Charles Hardy, over 3 years ago.
Annulments - Avoiding DivorceVoid and Voidable Marriages
A. Void Marriages
Certain marriages between parties are "void" and not enforceable. The following marriages... more
Written by attorney Christopher Carr, over 4 years ago.
Do I Need to Live in Nevada to Seek and Annulment No. Unlike jurisdiction in divorce cases, there is no residency requirement for annulments. However, if the parties do not live in... more
Written by attorney Adam Gurley, over 4 years ago.
What is the difference between an annulment and a nullity of marriage? The State of California changed the legal term from “annulment” to “nullity of marriage” many years ago. However,... more
Written by attorney Frederick Schwinn, about 5 years ago.
Divorce A divorce (also called "dissolution of marriage" or "dissolution of domestic partnership") ends your marriage or domestic partnership. After you get divorced, you will be single,... more