San Jose Annulment Attorney

San Jose Annulment LawyerAn annulment, also known as “nullity of marriage” or “nullity of domestic partnership,” is a judgment from the Court that states your marriage or domestic partnership is not legally valid.  A marriage or domestic partnership that is annulled may either be void, meaning that it was never a valid marriage or domestic partnership, or voidable, meaning that it was valid, but is later declared void and no longer valid. A San Jose annulment lawyer can help with the process.

Examples of circumstances creating a void marriage or domestic partnership include:

  • incest,
  • bigamy, or
  • a union that did not meet the state’s solemnization requirements.

Marriages and partnerships that are voidable may include marriages or partnerships where:

  • the marriage or domestic partnership was entered into by use of force or fraud,
  • one spouse or partner had physical or mental incapacity; or
  • one spouse or partner was too young to enter into the marriage or partnership.

Annulments are very rare. Spouses or partners cannot agree to annul a marriage or partnership. A judge must make the determination that the marriage or partnership is annulled.

Contact a San Jose Annulment Attorney Today!

Aeschleman Law can meet with you to discuss your individual case and determine whether an annulment may be possible.  Contact us for a reduced rate full one-hour consultation.

Aeschleman Law is located in San Jose and serves Santa Clara, Alameda, and San Mateo Counties. Call us today for an initial consultation at (408) 724-8930. You may also contact us by filling out the form on the bottom of this site.

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