An annulment is similar to a divorce because it is a court order that dissolves a marriage. The difference between an annulment and a divorce is that an annulment is a declaration that the marriage was never valid, so the division of property and assets is different in these proceedings. Annulments are also more complicated … Read moreAm I Eligible For an Annulment?
An annulment in Arizona is an official judgment that a marriage was void. Once granted, an annulment will essentially declare that the marriage was invalid, as if it had never occurred. However, in order to obtain an annulment in Arizona: A married couple must have lived in Arizona for at least ninety (90) days prior … Read more6 Steps to Initiating an Arizona Annulment
When a marriage is over, the parties in the marriage will generally have a few different options for dissolving their union. While divorce or a legal separation can be viable options for some couples, in certain cases, annulments may be preferable, as they will render the marriage invalid. In other words, an annulment can make … Read moreThe Grounds for Annulments in Arizona: What You Should Know