Category Archives: Annulment lawyer orange county ca

The Difference between an Annulment and a Divorce

Annulment and divorce are two legal ways to end a marriage. An annulment is a legal procedure that cancels a marriage between a man and a woman. Annulling a marriage essentially means that, legally, the marriage never happened. A divorce is also ending a marriage between a man and a woman, but it does not…
Read more

After an Annulment

After an annulment in California what happens?  If your marriage or registered domestic partnership has been annulled, then that means that the relationship was never valid and you might not have certain rights and obligations available to you as you would if you were legally separated or divorced. [caption id="attachment_9141" align="alignleft" width="300"] After an annulment…
Read more

The Statute of Limitations for an Annulment

A statute of limitations is a 'deadline' for filing a lawsuit. While divorces and separations don't have a statue of limitation, an annulment does and the deadline depends on your reasons for an annulment. -Age: If one of the spouses or domestic partners was under the age of 18 when the marriage or domestic partnership was entered…
Read more