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In an annulment, the facts that justify the court declaring a nullity precede the marriage itself; in the alternative, the facts which give rise to a dissolution of the marriage arise during the marriage itself

Law Lessons from an unpublished “Annulment vs. Divorce” case — SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY; Essex Vicinage; Hon. Marcella Matos Wilson, J.S.C., March 28, 2018: The grounds for both annulment and divorce are controlled by statutes N.J.S.A. 2A:34-1 and N.J.S.A. … Continue reading

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What is an Annulment in California?

In California, an annulment is when the court states that an individual’s marriage or domestic partnership is not legally valid. However, the filing individual must prove to the judge that at least one reason for the annulment is true, including … Continue reading

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What is the Law as to Annulment in the State of Florida?

When two people are getting married, the excitement of planning and celebrating the upcoming matrimonial bliss is the focal point, but in actually, it is really two people entering into a legal binding contract.  In order for the contract to … Continue reading

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Grounds for Annulment

The grounds for annulment in Michigan are as follows: 1.) Prior spouse of a party: a marriage is void if it is performed while one of the parties is currently married to someone else. 2.) Relationships of consanguinity and affinity: … Continue reading

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Note on Annulment

Posted by Michelle May O'Neil on June 27, 2011 Although annulment is not as popular an option as it once was for ending a marriage, there are still times that we have people inquire as to whether they can annul … Continue reading

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