Comparing Annulment and Divorce

One question many people have when they hire a family attorney in Cumming is what the difference is between a marriage annulment and divorce. The differences between the two have important implications, so talk to your family law attorney about what is best for your case.

Watch this video to learn about the distinctions between annulment and divorce. A marriage annulment essentially erases a marriage and makes it like it didn’t happen. For this reason, they are very rare. Factors to grant an annulment include mental incompetence, fraud, bigamy, incest, and being underage. And though annulments can be more simple in some respects than divorce, there still may be contested issues surrounding property.

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