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Legal Annulment

An Annulment is the legal undoing of a marriage making it null and void as if it never happened.  This is not to be confused with a divorce which is the ending of a legal marriage.

In order to annul a marriage the legal conditions allowing for annulment must be presented to a court of law.  Typical grounds for the granting of an annulment can include:

1.  One of the parties is physically incapable to consummate the marriage.

2.  The parties are related in such a way as to make the marriage illegal.

3.  One or both of the parties are mentally incompetent to enter into marriage.

4.  One or both of the parties are married to someone else.

5.  One or both of the parties are not of legal age to be married or to be married without parental or court consent.

6.  One or both parties were under the influence of alcohol or drugs at the time of the marriage.

7.  Either party consented to the marriage as a result of force or fraud.

Annulments are rare as the parties must first obtain a license, wait for a specific number of days and be married by someone allowed to perform marriages in the state or jurisdiction.  This allows time for determining if there are problems with the legal aspects of the marriage before hand.

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Philippines Moves Closer To Allowing Divorce BBC News
BBC News Philippines moves closer to allowing divorce BBC News The Philippines39 lower house of Congress has passed a divorce bill on the third reading, moving the country closer to legalisation. The bill passed despite opposition from President Rodrigo Duterte, who had his own marriage legally annulled. However House ignores Palace, okays divorce billBusiness Mirror Daily Star Opinions: Perspective with Mat EspinaVisayan Daily Star First time House passes divorce bill on 3rd and final readingPolitiko blog InterAksyon all 15 news articles raquo

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West Virginia Supreme Court Orders License Annulment U.S. News World Report AP The West Virginia Supreme Court has ordered the license annulment of a lawyer who court documents say had sex with a client and caused her to violate the terms of her probation. WCHS TV reports the court Thursday ordered Chapmanville lawyer and more raquo

Palace: Duterte Is Against Proposed Divorce Law ABSCBN News
ABS CBN News Palace: Duterte is against proposed divorce law ABS CBN News The proposed divorce law provides that the state shall ensure inexpensive and affordable court proceedings in securing an absolute divorce decree. It also seeks to provide for the grounds on the grant of an absolute divorce decree to include grounds Philippines39 President Says He Is Against DivorcePrensa Latina Palace scoffs at continuation of ICC39s probe: Good luck getting PH39s cooperationPolitiko blog all 233 news articles raquo

Philippine Poor Pay The Price For Divorce Ban ABSCBN News
ABS CBN News Philippine poor pay the price for divorce ban ABS CBN News ABS CBN News file photo. In an interview with AFP, he said ending his first marriage cost him a million pesos 19,200, which is more than triple what an average family in the Philippines makes in a year. Like thousands of Filipinos, he did it through Poor Filipinos pay the price for divorce banTRT World all 6 news articles raquo

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