Grounds for Annulment
An annulment is the declaration of a marriage as null and void by the court, thus stating that it never existed. Grounds for annulment are the circumstances in accordance with which the court declares a marriage invalid.
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Annulment Vs. Divorce
Most people are familiar with divorce and annulment, as terms related to dissolution of marriage; but in the strict legal sense, both are slightly different.
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How to File for an Annulment in Texas
Condition for filing for an annulment in Texas
Sometimes believed to be an alternative to a divorce, an annulment is the means to declare a marriage as null and void. However, getting an annulment may be a little harder than getting a divorce, for various reasons. Buzzle tells...
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Annulment Laws
The following article speaks about some common annulment laws that are a part of the state's civil code or law, or in some cases they are included in the laws of Catholic faith. To know more about such laws and the difference...
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