Maitland Annulment Lawyers Help Void Invalid Marriages
Many people tend to forget that marriage arises out of contract law. When
you get married you enter into a contract with your spouse. The law does
not allow people to enter into a marriage contract when they are otherwise
legally incapable of making such a contract. The best example would be
a bigamist marriage. If a person is already married, that person no longer
has the capacity to enter into a new marriage contract until the first
marriage is dissolved by either death or divorce.
As laws have been changed to make
divorce or dissolution of marriage easier to obtain, it has become unnecessary
in many cases to go through the process of annulling a marriage. However,
if you have questions,
contact The Troum Law Firm, P.A. to speak to a knowledgeable family law attorney about your situation.
What Is an Annulment of Marriage?
An annulment of the marriage is saying that the marriage never existed
from its very beginning. A dissolution of marriage or divorce is a recognition
that at one time there was a lawful marriage contract but that the contract
has been dissolved by law.
Causes for seeking an annulment include:
- Incestuous marriages or those occurring between close blood relatives
- Bigamous relationships
- Mental illness
- Fraud or forced consent
- Underage marriages without parental consent
- The physical inability to consummate a marriage
A person seeking annulment of a marriage is entitled to the same types
of support and rights that a person seeking a divorce would be entitled
Contact a Maitland Annulment Lawyer to Learn about Your Options
If you feel that your marriage may be annulled it would be helpful to seek
the advice and representation of an experienced marriage annulment attorney.
At The Troum Law Firm, P.A., we offer individual assessments of your situation
to help you explore your legal options.
If you live in Orange or Seminole Counties, call our Maitland annulment
lawyer at (321) 428-2247 to
request your consultation.