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Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Texas Annulment

What is an annulment? In some instances, a person may want and be able to get an annulment rather than a divorce. An annulment and divorce are different. A divorce ends a valid marriage. An annulment ...
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Common Law Marriage: How to avoid being or getting married without your intent

Plenty of people get married for reasons other than love. Money, security, maybe even a little baby about to be born are just a few of the reasons why people get married when eternal love is not the ...
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Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Texas Marriage

Below are answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about Texas marriage. The answers are general in nature and are designed to help you better understand marriage and divorce law and ...
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