Divorce is the most common way to end a marriage, but there are still circumstances when an annulment is more appropriate to sever the legal binding between two people. While these situations have become fairly rare, it is still critical for those who find themselves in one to seek trusted counsel from a Denver divorce attorney ready to argue their case and protect their rights.
If you believe that your marriage is eligible for an annulment, then I invite you to contact my firm, Karin Johnson Chatfield LLC, today. For more than three decades, I have been helping individuals and families of Colorado navigate their legal issues and arrive at secure solutions and peace of mind. In the pursuit of an annulment, I can not only help you prepare a thorough filing but also staunchly help argue your claims before the court, if necessary.
You do not have to face this process alone. Call my firm today to speak with a dedicated Denver annulment attorney ready to hear your story.
The popular notion is that annulments are used to terminate especially brief marriages. This, however, is not the case. Annulments are used to invalidate any marriage that was entered into under fraudulent circumstances. While a divorce seeks to dissolve a legitimate marriage between two people, an annulment recognizes that the marriage was never legitimate to begin with.
Grounds for annulment in Colorado include:
Fraudulence or misrepresentation needs to be recognized in what is called “to the essence of the marriage.” Examples of this include marrying for immigration status, marrying for money, or marrying under the assumption that a spouse was seriously ill. If you believe that your marriage occurred under one of these circumstances and need the legal assistance to assuredly pursue an annulment, then get in contact with my firm today.
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