We understand that sometimes couples enter into marriage without a full disclosure of important facts from the other side. In certain situations, a married couple without children can have their marriage annulled, though the circumstances are extremely limited. Most often, a marriage can be annulled under the following circumstances:
- Where the marriage was prohibited by law
- Where either party was impotent at the time of marriage and did not disclose that fact;
- Where either party had a spouse living at the time of marriage; and
- Where either party had the lack of capacity to contract
Our attorneys have extensive experience dealing with annulment and divorce matters. We would be happy to discuss your situation to determine your best options to address your goals.