Considering an Annulment
Are you considering an annulment, but you’re not sure if you qualify to file for one? Our family law attorneys in Windsor can help you with your annulment case. Here at Vahrenwald, McMahill, Massey & Mitchell, LLC we have the important information you need to know before you file for an annulment.
Qualifying for an Annulment
- If either you or your spouse were intoxicated, under the influence of drugs, or mentally incompetent at the time of your marriage, you may qualify for an annulment.
- If you or your spouse was hiding a previous criminal history, a sexually transmitted disease, impotence, or another element of fraud was concealed at the time of marriage, you may qualify for an annulment.
- If you or your spouse is physically unable to consummate your marriage, you may qualify for an annulment.
- If you were married under duress (someone forced or coerced you into the marriage) you may qualify for an annulment.
- If you agreed to marry on a dare or as a joke, you may qualify for an annulment.
In Colorado, specific legal grounds must be made for an annulment. Filing for an annulment is not the easiest process, and in order to have your case heard, hiring a family law attorney can be greatly beneficial.
If you believe that seeking an annulment rather than a divorce is the best course of action for your marriage, please contact us here at Vahrenwald, McMahill, Massey & Mitchell, and we will provide you with the legal advice needed to move forward in your annulment case.