Tag Archives: Annulment

My spouse married me to get a green card. Can I get an annulment?

A green card is a nickname for authorization from the United States Government for an immigrant to live in the United States permanently. In the past, an immigrant who married a U.S. Citizen could apply for permanent residency.1   When a … Continue reading

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Should I get an Annulment in California?

Trust the San Diego divorce attorneys at The Law Office of Doppelt and Forney, APLC to help you through your divorce, legal separation or paternity case. We offer all potential new clients a free 30 minute consultation directly with an … Continue reading

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An Annulment vs. a Divorce: Which One is Appropriate?

An Ontario court recently considered the interesting question of when it may grant a party’s application to annul their marriage (instead of getting a divorce).   The Parties’ Story The parties got married on August 16, 2016. They separated on … Continue reading

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Legal Separation, Annulment, and Divorce: What Is the Difference?

Marriage is a legal union between two people, but when one or both of those people no longer wish to be in the marriage, they may feel it is necessary to get a divorce. However, there are other steps couples … Continue reading

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What Are the Grounds for Annulment in Illinois?

When an individual is unhappy with his or her marriage, the obvious solution is for him or her to file for divorce. In some cases, the individual has another option: annulment. An annulment is different from a divorce in that … Continue reading

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