Texas Marriage Annulments
Can I Get An Annulment In Texas?
Under state law and specific conditions, a marriage can be annulled. When a court grants an annulment, it is stating that the marriage never legally existed. It essentially deletes the record of the marriage. If you are seeking an annulment, contact my firm to discuss your situation. A knowledgeable divorce lawyer can determine if you meet the qualifications for annulment and explain how to file a petition to void your marriage. There is no waiting period for an annulment; it can be granted immediately.
I am attorney Karenko, and I am an experienced divorce attorney that provided legal counsel and representation to individuals seeking an annulment. I can explain the annulment process, establish your eligibility for annulment and prepare your petition. My firm will diligently protect your right to annulment and take whatever legal steps are necessary to void your marriage.
Valid Reasons For Annulment In Galveston County, Texas
An annulment is a court decree that a marriage never existed. It is only granted under special circumstances, such as:
- Marriage under the age of 14
- Marriage under the age of 18
- Under the influence of alcohol or drugs
- Fraud, duress, or force
- Mental incapacity
- Previous marriage undissolved
- Concealed divorce within 30 days preceding marriage
- Marriage took place within 72 hours after marriage license
I will compile the evidence needed for your annulment and professionally represent you at your hearing.