What are grounds for an annulment in Florida?
In Florida, it’s difficult to get an annulment. You must have a legal reason that your marriage never should have happened in the first place. The other person still being married to another person is grounds to obtain an annulment. Essentially, though, the new marriage is void even without an annulment. Fraud is a ground for annulment, but it is difficult to prove. If you’ve consummated the marriage or lived together, it’s extremely difficult, if not impossible, to prove grounds for an annulment. It is important though for you to speak with an attorney to determine whether your particular situation qualifies for an annulment. If not, the only other option is divorce. At All Family Law Group, P.A. we offer a free consultation to discuss your case and provide initial advice on your options. To schedule call us now at 813-672-1900 or email us and we will get back with you as soon as possible.