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An annulment is a formal declaration by a court that a marriage was never valid and that the couple should be returned to their pre-marriage state of affairs. The UK court can make one of two declarations:
- The marriage is declared null and invalid: this phrase alludes to a marriage that was never recognised as valid.
- The marriage is voidable: This indicates that the marriage was valid prior to the annulment’s declaration of nullity and void.
It may also be advisable to obtain an annulment when there are religious or cultural issues surrounding obtaining a divorce. Some people do not want to go through the divorce process or be labelled as divorcees for various reasons that are specific to them.
Tann Law Solicitors understand the importance of religion and culture in these situations and will provide you with appropriate assistance.
Our UK annulment solicitors have wealth of experience and knowledge of successfully handling nullity petitions for annulment of marriage or civil partnership.
In certain conditions, it is possible to end a marriage with an annulment rather than a divorce. An annulment can only be obtained if a precise set of circumstances occurs. Even if you meet all of the requirements, you must still finalise your financial, business, and childcare arrangements before filing for divorce.
A divorce cannot be acquired after a wedding, but an annulment can be requested at any time after the wedding. Cases are not always straightforward, and you may be asked to appear in court in order to submit evidence.
In most cases, annulments take between four and six months to complete; but if the annulment is challenged. If you require aid in obtaining or negotiating an annulment, our annulment solicitors can provide you with assistance.
No matter what type of family law problem you are dealing with, our legal teams are experts at finding solutions. Our annulment solicitors understand that it is necessary to establish both parties’ positions early on in order to assess whether an annulment is a viable option.
Additionally, you may be able to obtain financial compensation through the annulment process.
Numerous individuals assume that annulment proceedings do not result in financial compensation. This is a widespread misunderstanding. If you are seeking an annulment and have matrimonial property or assets that must be shared due to the annulment, a financial claim will be submitted on your behalf.
When it comes to financial settlements following a marriage’s dissolution, our family law annulment solicitors can assist you in securing the most advantageous financial compensation possible. For additional information, contact us immediately.
Tann Law’s legal specialists are aware that annulments commonly occur in unusual circumstances and will make every effort to understand your situation and advise you on the best course of action to pursue.
The process of obtaining an annulment will need your appearance in court. But have no fear; we will stand by your side throughout the entire process. Please speak with our specialist team of solicitors about annulments today.
A 30-Minute Consultation on Mediation Support is Provided for Free. Family mediation can be a more non-confrontational and cost-effective technique for settling a conflict than other forms of alternative dispute resolution.
Whether you decide to proceed with mediation, you can take advantage of our reasonably priced mediation support service. This service will give you the direction, assistance, and tools you need to achieve the best possible outcome in your case.
What should you bring with you to your initial consultation with one of our family solicitors?
While visiting us for your initial appointment to discuss annulment, it may be beneficial for you to bring the following documents with you to the meeting:
- Your marriage certificate or certificate of civil partnership is a legal document that proves your relationship.
- Any correspondence or documents sent to you by your spouse or their legal representatives.
- Any paperwork that you receive from a court.
- Your passport or driving licence, as well as a proof of residence