Annulment

     Pennsylvania law recognizes two main grounds for annulment – void and voidable marriages. Note that an 

annulment cannot dissolve a valid marriage, but is meant to state a marriage invalid because it was never valid in the eyes of the law. For instance, this can be the right approach if one of the partners did not consent to the marriage due to mental illness or intoxication. Bigamy can also be considered a reason for annulment, but it can also be a factor for a fault divorce. Therefore, you should consult with an experienced attorney to learn how annulment works and whether it is the right approach for you. Annulment your divorce case if mutual understanding between you and your partner. Annulment may be possible for small and non-criminal case between father and mother.

Void and Voidable Marriages

       Void marriages refer to those that are prohibited by Pennsylvania law and are not legally approved. It is considered void marriage when one or both of the partners is/are under the age of 18, bigamous or polygamous marriage, marrying a close relative or first cousin, and marrying someone without his/her consent due to mental inability or incompetence.  Voidable marriages refer to those that are valid as per Pennsylvania law, but can be considered void because of certain circumstances. It is considered voidable marriage when one or both of the partners is/are under the age of 16, when one or both of the partners is/are under the age of 18 and the marriage was performed without the consent of the parents, and when either of the partners is physically unable to perform sexual intercourse.

 

        Marrying someone when under the influence of drugs or liquor is also voidable; in such cases, It should be brought within 60 days of the marriage. Besides, a marriage is also considered voidable if the consent to marriage was obtained by pressure, force, or fraud. Note that in case of underage marriage, if the couple continues our case  after both of them have reached the age of 18, then the it can be waived. In some cases, fraud can be waived as well if the partners agree to live together even after becoming aware of the fraud at the time of their marriage. Voidable marriage is possible on crime cases. 

        Generally, void marriages are invalid automatically in Pennsylvania and do not need any kind of court order to be annulled. However, the annulment of a voidable marriage will need a trial and hearing in the court to prove the reasons for the  order to file for an  annulment, at least one of the partners should have been a local resident of Pennsylvania for the past six months. In certain cases, parents can also ask for annulment if their child was under the age of 18 when he/she married and if their consent was not acquired for the marriage. Parents can also seek , if their child is mentally incapable. in this case we are take a child who capable for built child  Strong future and based on child decision.

 

         You may be required to prove the cited reason for annulment in the court. Our attorneys can help you with that and make sure that the judgment is in your favor. We will also assist you in filing all the required paperwork in the stipulated format within the specified deadlines. Our lawyers can also guide you in evidence collection and getting statements from witnesses to support your claim for an decisions. we are best  annulment divorce lawyer for your help and we are help you for your solve your case using our experience. And case handle by experts.