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What is Annulment?
Family Law

What is Annulment?

An annulment is a legal process used to dissolve a marriage. In secular and religious legal systems, annulments are generally retroactive, meaning that the marriage has been declared null and void from the beginning. However, in some cases, annulments are not retroactive at all, in which case the marriage remains valid from the beginning. Here are some examples of annulment proceedings. This article will explain how annulments work in different situations. An annulment An annulment is a legal procedure to declare a marriage invalid. Annulments can be applied in either a religious or secular legal system. They generally work retroactively. Therefore, if a marriage has already been consummated, the annulment will make the marriage null and void. However, in some cases, the annulment m...