Nullity (Annulment)

A Nullity of Marriage or Domestic Partnership (Annulment) is a legal action to determine that a marriage or domestic partnership is not legally valid. An annulment restores the parties to the status of single persons, as though they were never married.

  • Certain conditions must be met before an Annulment is granted.
  • The person who files for the annulment will have to prove to the Court that one of the conditions for an Annulment has been met.
  • There are no residency requirements.

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