When you get a marriage annulment in the state of Texas, it is almost like you were never married. However, there are numerous legal loopholes you need to be aware of. Instead of guessing whether or not you made the right decisions, work with our team at Luce Law. We will help you determine if an annulment is possible, and we will work with you to resolve any issues after the annulment, such as legal issues associated with child custody and property division.
The Basic Criteria for an Annulment in Texas
There are three ways marriages legally end in Texas. A marriage ends after death, divorce, or annulment. Before moving forward, it is important to be able to prove that a marriage annulment is viable. Your attorney can help you gather the evidence you need to prove that your marriage meets one or more of the following criteria:
Some of the criteria are easier to prove than others. For example, it is typically easy to prove that you were married before you were old enough to legally consent to marriage. However, it is typically much more difficult to prove that your spouse lied to you or forced you to marry him or her. Our attorneys know how to help you make the right decisions the first time. You deserve to feel confident when you work with a law firm. When you work with our team, you never have to wonder whether or not getting an annulment is the right choice.
Working with Evidence and the Aftermath
A marriage annulment can be difficult to prove in court without expert legal representation. Additionally, the aftermath of an annulment can require legal advice. In some cases, it actually might be in your best interest to get a divorce.
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Contact our attorneys at Luce Law at 972-346-5170 to learn more about all of your options today.