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Annulment—An Invalid Marriage

An annulment is a judicial finding that a valid marriage never existed. The grounds for Annulment, children of an annulled marriage, as well as other related issues are all discussed in this article.

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MCL 552.3-.4 (annulment petition), MCL 552.1, .29 and 552.16 (Children of the marriage)

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