Annulment | Reppucci & Roeder | Practice Areas | Divorce in Arizona
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Annulment could also be called invalidation. If grounds are found for annulment, in the eyes of the law, it is as if the marriage never happened in the first place. For instance, some of the most common grounds for annulment are: 

  • Mental illness (at the time the marriage was entered into)
  • Blood relationship of the parties
  • Lack of consent
  • Duress
  • Fraud
  • Intoxication
  • Inability to consummate the marriage
  • Bigamy
  • Underage spouse without parental consent


These grounds are usually discovered before too much time has passed in the marriage, so there is seldom the same difficulty in determining child custody and division of assets that you may find in a divorce case. That being said, annulments can also occur after long periods of time together, as well. In either case, it’s essential that you have experienced legal counsel on your side to ensure that the paperwork is carefully handled and that everything goes smoothly as you dissolve the marriage. 

If you believe you have grounds for annulment, don’t hesitate. Contact us today for a free consultation. Our experienced attorneys will review your case and deliver a personalized plan for your annulment. 

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