Divorce Alternatives: Annulment
Annulment is a possible alternative to divorce. Annulling your marriage essentially means that it never happened. If after marrying your spouse you subsequently learned that your spouse induced you to marry under fraudulent claims, you may have grounds to have your marriage annulled.
Can I Get My Marriage Annulled?
Getting your marriage annulled is a difficult process. To qualify for an annulment, you must show one of the following grounds:
- Insanity of one of the spouses at the time of the marriage
- Sterility or impotency
- Marriage between parties related by blood or marriage.
To obtain an annulment in Michigan, you must satisfy one of these factors. Usually the marriages that qualify for an annulment are short-term marriages entered into because of some fraud. For example, if your fiancee told you he was a millionaire, but after you were married, you found out he was not, you may have grounds for an annulment. If you believe your marriage would qualify for an annulment, contact the Milford, Michigan law office of Kathryn Wayne-Spindler & Associates at 248-676-1000.
Kathryn Wayne-Spindler & Associates have many satisfied clients throughout the five counties of Southeastern Michigan – Oakland, Washtenaw, Wayne, Genesee and Livingston. The Michigan Family Law Attorneys of Kathryn Wayne-Spindler & Associates have one simple objective: to handle our clients’ legal worries so they can concentrate on life and family. Contact Kathryn Wayne-Spindler & Associates today to learn more about our experience and success at 248-676-1000. We are conveniently located in Milford, Michigan. We help clients throughout Milford; Highland; Hartland; White Lake; Commerce; Waterford; West Bloomfield; Walled Lake; South Lyon; New Hudson; Wixom; Linden; Holly; Fenton; Grand Blanc; Flint and many more local communities.