Here is one point you always have to remember: There has to be a reason for an annulment. You can’t just get an annulment “because,” which is why it is important to understand how they work and how soon after marriage the process must be completed to be void. You may have a limited amount… Continue reading →
Archive for the ‘Annulment’ Category
Annulments: Why Are They so Rare? Are They for me?
To understand why annulments are so rare in today’s times, you must understand the difference between an annulment and a divorce. Divorce is the process that officially terminates a previously valid marriage, while an annulment says that a marriage was never valid to begin with. This can happen for many reasons, including: Somebody not being… Continue reading →
What’s Right For You: Divorce, Separation, or Annulment
To understand whether or not a divorce, separation, or annulment is for you will be determined once you understand what each consists of. The divorce process may not be for everyone, which is why the laws in California give you various options when you and your spouse have split. Now you can find out more… Continue reading →
Can I Get My Marriage Annulled?
Did you get married, perhaps a quickie one in Las Vegas, and wake up the next day to realize you made a mistake? Did the word annulment come to mind? Actually, annulments have nothing to do with the duration of your marriage or changes of heart. An annulment is a legal way of erasing a… Continue reading →
Dissolution Of Domestic Partnership
A domestic partnership is a legal relationship between two individuals who live together and share a common domestic life, but are not joined by marriage or a civil union. In California, it is almost equivalent to marriage. If the couple has a registered domestic partnership and they want to dissolve it, they need to file… Continue reading →
What Is An Annulment?
Divorce may be the most common legal way to end a marriage, but it may not be your only option. Depending on your circumstances, you may be able to have your marriage annulled. An experienced family law attorney can answer any questions you may have and help you determined if you are able to have… Continue reading →
When a couple says, “I do”, it is supposed to be forever or “until death do us part”. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. In most states, divorce may be the most common legal process for ending a marriage, but it may not be the only option available. Depending on your circumstances, it may… Continue reading →
Annulment versus Divorce
I have been asked many times what the difference is between an annulment and a divorce. An annulment is a legal procedure when the court says your marriage is not legally valid. When filing for an annulment, the court will ask you to prove that your spouse has violated specific laws. After the annulment, it… Continue reading →