Understanding the Grounds for an Annulment in Missouri, Illinois, Kansas, Oklahoma, Nebraska, and Indiana
The majority of marriages that get annulled are very short in length, typically not longer than a few months. The following are some of the primary reasons our clients might choose to seek an annulment:
Misrepresentation or fraud: You may have grounds to seek an annulment if your spouse lied about his or her ability to have children, sexual orientation, or some other issue that would have impacted your decision to marry.
Concealment: If your spouse is the carrier of a sexually transmitted disease, is impotent or infertile, has a criminal history, or has other secrets that were intentionally kept from you, it may create grounds for seeking an annulment.
Refusal or inability to consummate the marriage: If your spouse refuses or is unable to have sexual intercourse, you may be able to seek an annulment.
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