Understanding the difference between a divorce and an annulment?
New Jersey Annulment Attorneys
A New Jersey annulment is a lot like a divorce, but it actually makes it seem that the marriage never happened. Some couples prefer an annulment over a conventional divorce for social or religious reasons. It could also be due to a financial reason, as it is much harder for alimony to be awarded if it is an annulment over a divorce. However, to be eligible for an annulment a fraud or misrepresentation of some kind must of occurred during the marriage. For example, if incest occurred, concealing impotence, conducting bigamy, or threat of physical violence to get married are all situations that are eligible for annulment. Most cases that are eligible for annulments are marriages that are very short in time and where there are not that many assets to be distributed. But, that doesn’t mean assets are not distributed in annulment cases. Even though it is harder for alimony to be achieved, it doesn’t mean it is impossible.
Regardless of the situation, speaking to an experienced New Jersey annulment lawyer is in your best interest. In the state of New Jersey, the court has the authority to make decisions like if it were a divorce, like with alimony and child custody. At the Law Offices of Jef Henninger, Esq., our highly skilled annulment lawyers take your case very seriously and will be aggressive in your defense in court. If you are considering an annulment in New Jersey, contact our law firm at 732-773-2768 and receive a free initial consultation from one of our Bloomfield divorce lawyers!
Posted on March 27, 2013, in Articles and tagged Annulment in New Jersey, Common Concerns, Divorce Process, Essex County Divorce Lawyers, New Jersey Divorce Complaint, Save money in divorce. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.