Understand Annulment with Attorney Fagan’s eBook
Some marriages are not legally valid, and when they end, an annulment is more appropriate than a divorce. Legally speaking, when you have an annulment, it’s like your marriage never happened. Still, you may have shared assets and property, children, and other commitments with your spouse. If this is the case, you will need a separate family law petition to deal with these issues.
Not everyone can get an annulment, and most annulments occur after very short marriages. Some marriages are void, meaning they were never legal unions, and other marriages are voidable, which means they are legal but were entered into under questionable conditions.
A void marriage could be a marriage to someone who is already married, and a voidable marriage could be a marriage in which the bride or groom was drunk at the wedding. Both types of marriages can be ended with an annulment.
In his annulment eBook, Attorney Bryan Fagan discusses:
- Eligibility for an annulment (including marriage between close family members, marriage to a spouse who is already married, and marriage to an underage spouse)
- How to obtain an annulment
- Suits affecting the parent-child relationship (SAPCR)
- Marriage fraud
- The differences between an annulment and a divorce
- And more
Throughout the eBook, Attorney Fagan explains all the legal reasons for an annulment and the process of getting one, which is often difficult.
If you are considering an annulment, our Annulment eBook is a great place to start. Once you have the basic information, you can contact the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC for a free, confidential consultation.
Fill out the form at the bottom of this page for a free copy of our Annulment eBook, and when you’re ready to schedule your free case review, call us at (281) 810-9760 or contact us online.