Hiring an Annulment Attorney
An annulment Attorney handes cases specific to annulment which is an alternative to divorce or legal separation and results in the marriage being declared void or set aside. Once this is granted, you will be treated as having never married your former spouse. However, this can be granted only in limited situations.
The Grounds for Annulment in Colorado
A marriage can be annulled on the following grounds in Colorado:
- Fraud / Misrepresentation
- Concealment of important information (e.g. sexually transmitted diseases)
- Underage marriage
- Misunderstanding of intent (i.e. about whether either party can have children)
- Lack of consent
- Inability to consummate the marriage
Cases can often involve evidence that is difficult to prove and can involve various complicated matters, such as maintenance (alimony). Be sure to retain an attorney who has substantial expertise in this area. Please contact Mr. Jarrett at 303-863-8181 with questions regarding a possible annulment of your marriage.