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Annulment: In general, an annulment may be granted by a Court under the following circumstances:
  • A party to the marriage is under 18 years of age.
  • One party to the marriage was under the influence of alcohol or narcotics and did not voluntarily cohabit with the other party.
  • Impotency, with no voluntary cohabitation.
  • Fraud, duress, or force, with no voluntary cohabitation.
  • Mental incompetency, with no voluntary cohabitation.
  • Concealed divorce. The Court may grant an annulment of a marriage to a party if the other party was divorced from a third party within a 30-day period preceding the date of the marriage ceremony.
  • Marriage less than 72 hours after issuance of license. The Court may grant an annulment if the marriage ceremony took place during the 72 hour period immediately following the issuance of the marriage license.
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