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Can I get an annulment in Florida?

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You may be eligible for an annulment in Florida. To obtain an annulment, the law attorney will treat the relationship with each spouse as if there was never a union.

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What is the difference between annulment and divorce?

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An annulment voids the marriage, and it will be as if the marriage never occurred. On the other hand, a divorce ends/ dissolves the marriage. Therefore, there may need to be property division in a divorce.

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What are the requirements for annulment in Florida?

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To qualify for an annulment, it must be one of the types of void marriages. A void marriage should never have been permitted under the existing law. A voided marriage is one that had grounds to exist when the marriage started, but something has been learned later that should nullify the marriage.

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Is an annulment better than divorce?

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It depends on the specifics of each case. However, a divorce is typically much easier to obtain than an annulment. Florida does not require any separation from the spouse or specific reasons for divorce. Florida is considered a no-fault divorce state.

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What is an annulment?

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In an annulment, the court declares that the marriage never legally existed, and the parties return to their status before the marriage. Unlike a divorce, there is no property division or alimony in an annulment in Florida.

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Can a marriage be annulled for fraud?

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Fraud can occur if there is an intentional misrepresentation of fact, knowing that the other party would rely on it. The victim must also have relied on the spouse’s misrepresentation when consenting to the union.

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Is separation required for divorce in Florida?

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No, separation is not required for divorce in Florida. Florida divorce law requires there be common grounds, parenting plans, property rights, marital property, no fraudulent acts, and irreconcilable differences. Florida is a no-fault divorce state. Therefore, you don’t need to prove adultery or reasons for a divorce. You can speak to a divorce attorney… Read More »

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Can I get alimony in an annulment?

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Usually, alimony is not granted as part of an annulment in Florida. However, alimony has been awarded in Florida annulment cases in rare circumstances.

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Who can help me with the annulment process?

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You can speak to a qualified attorney at Florida Law Advisers, P.A. We are a trusted law firm that can guide you through obtaining an annulment. Call (800) 990-7763 to speak with a licensed attorney today.

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