ALSO,ARE THE REASONS STATED IN PUBLIC COURT RECORDS AVAILABLE TO ANYONE. wHAT HAPPENS IF THE DEFENDENT PROTESTS?
You would file a complaint certifying the facts surrounding the annulment. Typically another count would certify facts for a divorce as well, in case the annulment is not given, because annulment requires that you prove your case for entering into the marriage by fraud.
After the complaint is filed, you would "serve" your husband. He has the opportunity to respond.
Ms. Navarrette gives excellent advice as usual. You need to file in Burlington County if you are from Mt. Holly. I suggest you retain a family law attorney to do this well and properly. This type of attorney will know what to put in the papers and how to present it. If the marriage was based on fraud the annulment may be in order but get the divorce if not. Good Luck.
Yes, you should have an attorney and yes the records are public. You need to discuss with an attorney why you believe an annulment is required before someone can tell you want evidence you need.
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