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Annulment

Annulment is a legal procedure for defining a marriage as null and void, as if it never existed. It is often confused with divorce which recognizes a marriage, but that marriage was broken but the bonds of matrimony no longer exist. To obtain an annulment, there are many complex steps involved and evidentiary burdens of proof must be shown to the court. Annulment is uncommon and rarely granted. But each facts of the case are different and they may or may not make annulment possible. You can consult our annulment lawyers to determine whether an annulment is a best possible position or a divorce. In many states a legal annulment places both parties into a position where they were before the marriage. This includes all the assets reverting back to spouses owning these assets.