What Is An Annulment?
An annulment is similar to a divorce in that it effectively dissolves your marriage. There are two types of annulments: civil and religious. In the State of Connecticut, there are certain criteria you need to meet in order to obtain an annulment.
To obtain a civil annulment in Connecticut you would need to prove that either your spouse is already legally married to another person, and that marriage is still valid, that the person who officiated your marriage was not properly licensed, or your spouse has a mental or physical condition that they purposely hid from you, or you and your spouse would need to be closely related.
A religious annulment is only recognized by the church, and is not recognized by the court whatsoever. An annulment is not any quicker than a divorce, and should not be perceived as the “quick” alternative.
Why Choose Wolf & Shore Law Group to Represent You in Your Annulment?
Have you ever argued with a woman? That’s our slogan for a reason. We are on your side, and we advocate for you zealously. We strive to ensure that our clients’ interests are protected, while still keeping our eyes on the long-term goal of helping our clients move forward from this situation, and into the next phase of their lives. We are honest with our clients about potential outcomes and provide thorough explanations to quell their concerns. We understand that any dissolution is emotionally taxing, but we can help make this process easier for you. Learn more about our CT Law Group and how we can help and get started on the process now by contacting us at (203) 745-3151 or email@example.com for a confidential consultation.