Legal Advice for “Annulment” — 58 results
Written by attorney Christopher Carr, about 5 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, about 5 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, over 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
Written by attorney Glen B Goldman, over 3 years ago.
When speaking with couples who want to legally end their marriages, we sometimes get questions about annulment instead of divorce. Often, people assume that annulments are less expensive,... more
Written by attorney Suzanne Griffiths, almost 4 years ago.
Annulment, legally deemed "a declaration of invalidity of marriage" in Colorado, is thought to be a quick and easy way to end a short marriage. Since Colorado is a no-fault divorce state,... more
Written by attorney Amil Alkass, over 4 years ago.
In Illinois, an annulment is called a "declaration of invalidity of marriage." It is a court order declaring that a marriage is invalid, and should not be recognized by Illinois or any... more
Written by attorney Shakeb Razai, almost 5 years ago.
Background - The Marriage Contract To understand annulments, one must understand the concept of marriage. Marriage is rooted in contract law. A marriage is deemed to be a contract entered... more
Written by attorney Timothy Combs, over 5 years ago.
Answers A dissolution of marriage or “dissolution of domestic partnership” ends your marriage or domestic partnership. Rather than referring to “divorce”, California law refers to “... more