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Sometimes couples marry in haste – or very quickly recognize the error of their union – and wonder if they are eligible to annul that marriage. While an annulment is a legal tool for making a determination about your marriage – much like a divorce – it’s different in the sense that a divorce ends your marriage and an annulment specifies that what you and the rest of the world considered a marriage wasn’t a marriage, to begin with. In other words, it’s complicated, and you need the professional legal counsel of an experienced Aurora annulment attorney on your side.
While the State of Colorado has no court action that’s identified as an annulment, the law does allow for a declaration of invalidity, which amounts to the same thing. If you request a declaration of invalidity of the court and your request is granted, the marriage in question was never a valid marriage.
To render your marriage invalid, you must have a valid reason. There are different reasons that reach this level, and they include:
If you were married in Colorado, you can request a declaration of invalidity in Colorado. Otherwise, you will need to have resided in Colorado for at least 30 days before beginning the court proceedings. If you qualify for an annulment, it’s a far less harrowing, expensive, and time-consuming process than a divorce, and you won’t want to bypass this opportunity – work closely with an experienced Aurora annulment attorney.
If you need an annulment, you need the professional legal counsel of the Aurora annulment attorneys at CNL Law Firm, PLLC. We are committed to aggressively advocating for your rights and for your annulment when it is applicable to your situation. Our experienced legal team is standing by to help, so please don’t hesitate to contact us online or call us at (720) 370-2171 for more information today.
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