Michigan Annulment Lawyer
Instead of divorce, many people consider an annulment for religious or other reasons. Under Michigan law, an annulment is a legal proceeding that declares that the marriage never existed. There are specific factors that must be met and a specific process that must be followed
Helping Michigan Couples Obtain an Annulment
At the Law Office of Julian J. Poota, PLLC, we can help. In each case, we take the time to fully understand your goals and explain your legal options.
Can Your Marriage Be Annulled?
An annulment voids a marriage, in effect declaring it never occurred. Many Michigan couples who wish to pursue an annulment are not eligible to get one. When you hire the Law Office of Julian J. Poota, PLLC, we will conduct a thorough review of the circumstances surrounding your situation and give you an honest assessment regarding your chances for success. If an annulment is obtainable in your case, we will counsel and guide you through the necessary steps.
Under Michigan law, the grounds for declaring the marriage void are the following:
- either party not being capable in law of contracting at the time of the solemnization
If your marriage cannot be annulled, we are fully prepared to represent you in a divorce action. We have experience handling both cases and we will work tirelessly to see that your interests are protected.