Legal Advice for “Annulment” — 67 results
Written by attorney Juna Pulayya, about 3 years ago.
Family Law: Dissolution of Marriage
The area of Family Law is a wide area of legal practice. It
can include many topics, such as adoptions, alimony, annulments, divorce and
many other... more
Written by attorney Joseph S Hubicki, over 3 years ago.
In any action for Divorce, Annulment, or Legal Separation, Connecticut law provides that the Court may order any part of the property of the Husband or the Wife to the other... more
Written by attorney Ryan Reppucci, over 3 years ago.
Rule 45, Arizona Rules of Family Law Procedure (ARFLP), governs the use and nature of Consent Decree's in Arizona domestic relations matters.
Rule 45 proclaims that whenever the... more
Written by attorney Kate W Haakonsen, over 4 years ago.
1. How do you want the property you and your spouse owned before the marriage to be treated when the marriage ends? Decide whether your pre-marital property will always be separate and... more
Written by attorney Donald Hansen, over 4 years ago.
Prenups in Divorce Prenuptial agreements are powerful legal instruments that, unless successfully challenged and overturned, will play a major role in determining the distribution of... more
Written by attorney Carlos Lastra, over 4 years ago.
Fault and/or Grounds for Divorce Fault for the break-up of the marriage has traditionally no bearing on alimony pendente lite. In fact, the spouse seeking pendente lite alimony need only... more
Written by Avvo Staff, about 6 years ago.
A divorce (http://divorce.avvo.com) is an order by the court that terminates a marriage. A divorce is sometimes called a dissolution of marriage, and is different than an annulment, which... more
Written by attorney David Schachter, 3 months ago.
Annulment in Georgia means a marriage is not legally valid. Annulments are rare and not available in divorce cases if children were born during the marriage. Some reasons for annulments are... more
Written by attorney Howard M Lewis, almost 2 years ago.
The Catholic Church possesses strict rules about marriage that explicitly impede the ability to allow for remarriage. Catholics, in order to receive an annulment, must submit themselves to... more
Written by attorney Howard M Lewis, over 1 year ago.
Unlike a divorce that ends a valid marriage, an annulment establishes that the marriage is not legally valid, and the grounds for annulment are different from a divorce. To get an annulment,... more