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Legal Annulment

An Annulment is the legal undoing of a marriage making it null and void as if it never happened.  This is not to be confused with a divorce which is the ending of a legal marriage.

In order to annul a marriage the legal conditions allowing for annulment must be presented to a court of law.  Typical grounds for the granting of an annulment can include:

1.  One of the parties is physically incapable to consummate the marriage.

2.  The parties are related in such a way as to make the marriage illegal.

3.  One or both of the parties are mentally incompetent to enter into marriage.

4.  One or both of the parties are married to someone else.

5.  One or both of the parties are not of legal age to be married or to be married without parental or court consent.

6.  One or both parties were under the influence of alcohol or drugs at the time of the marriage.

7.  Either party consented to the marriage as a result of force or fraud.

Annulments are rare as the parties must first obtain a license, wait for a specific number of days and be married by someone allowed to perform marriages in the state or jurisdiction.  This allows time for determining if there are problems with the legal aspects of the marriage before hand.

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