Most marriages begin with an idea that there will be a happily-ever-after. However, if the reality is that your marriage did not begin with both parties being honest, you will want to distance yourself from your partner as soon as possible. There are three ways to end a marriage, namely, divorce, legal separation and nullity.
While it may be more desirable to get an annulment, because the annulment acts as if the marriage never existed, a judgement of nullity may be granted only when the marriage is determined by the court to be void or voidable under the following conditions:
If the court denied your request for nullity of marriage, you still have other options.
Contact or call Ann A. Thomson Law at 562-431-4333 to understand if a nullity of marriage, divorce, or legal separation is the right choice for you. It may be confusing to try to decipher your options alone. Ann A. Thomson an experienced family law attorney will provide you with the information you need to ensure the best possible decision is made for your unique situation and family.