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Does your marriage qualify for an annulment in California?

What is an annulment, and would it be better than getting a divorce? These are questions you should ask and know if you are considering divorce. Here are a few fundamental facts and essentials about getting your marriage annulled in California. You can either have grounds to attain a civil or a religious annulment. Religious…

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What Are The Grounds To Annul A Marriage In California?

There are widespread misperceptions about a marriage annulment in the state of California. The reason for this is many popular cultural beliefs and religion has managed to throw inaccurate and differing views on annulments, especially with respect to the family law. There is a similarity between a divorce and an annulment in a way since…

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Steps for Getting an Annulment from Marriage

Do you feel your marriage could be illegal, invalid or you got married by fraud? If that is the case, it will be useful for you to know how to annul your marriage. The court can declare a marriage to be null and void. This is known as an annulment of a marriage. There dab…

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Annulment – An Alternative To Divorce

Marriage annulment is a fairly misunderstood concept owing to the inaccurate projection of its legality by the popular religion and culture. Both annulment and divorce can be considered somewhat similar in their basic underlying principle of determining the status of wedlock. However, the major distinguishing factor that separates an annulment from a divorce is the…

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Defining Annulment Legally

Two legal methods dissolve a marriage: divorce and annulment. An annulment differs from a divorce in that when a couple annuls a marriage, the marriage never happened. Grounds for an annulment vary by jurisdiction, but they may include: concealment, fraud, inability (or refusal) to engage in sexual relations or serious misunderstanding. In California, a marriage…

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What Is a "Legal Separation" and Should I File for It Instead of Divorce? What About An Annulment?

Legal separation is much like filing for divorce, in that you can obtain many of the same orders regarding custody, division of property, and support.  However, there is one key difference:  at the end of a legal separation case, you are still legally married to your spouse. In situations where a party wants to obtain…

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Annulling a Marriage May Be the Best Choice in Orange County Cases

There are certain circumstances where it is best to annul a marriage. This is a situation that needs to be discussed with an Orange County divorce attorney. Many people have heard the term annulment but aren’t sure precisely what it means when dealing with a marriage. Simply put, an annulment cancels a marriage, making it…

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What is Annulment, and When is it More Appropriate to Seek Instead of Divorce?

Petitioning for a judgment of nullity (instead of divorce) is appropriate where the validity of the marriage is in doubt, i.e. that no valid marriage ever occurred from its inception because it was void or voidable. In other words, whereas a divorce matter seeks to terminate marital status, a nullity action seeks to determine whether…

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