Annulment or Divorce?

Annulment or Divorce?

October 24, 2015

An annulment is different than a divorce.  Rather than ending a marriage, it treats the marriage as if it never happened.  With an annulment there isn’t any community property to divide.  An annulment voids the marriage. There are several reasons why you might look to obtain an annulment rather than a divorce; 1) You object to…
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Divorce versus Legal Separation: An Overview

March 11, 2015

Sometimes, married couples do not want to continue living together, but they are not quite ready to go through the entire divorce process. When a final divorce decree is entered, the parties are no longer married, the wife can return to her maiden name if she so desires, and either party may get remarried. Assets…
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Annulment

June 14, 2013

Annulment When two parties enter into a marriage, there are several ways to terminate this relationship. One way is obviously divorce. Another way to terminate a marriage agreement is through annulment. This happens when the court determines that a marriage is void or voidable, and returns both parties to their previous status, as if the…
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