Tag Archives: Annulment

What’s the Difference Between Annulment, Legal Separation and Divorce?

Most people get married with the hope that it will last a lifetime, but about half of all marriages will not. Instead they will end in divorce, annulment or legal separation. Of these three outcomes, divorce is the most well-known but the other two may be more appropriate depending on the couple’s individual circumstances. Here… Read More »

An Overview of Some Common Divorce Terms

As you go through the divorce process, you will likely encounter a number of legal terms you might not have heard before. Here are a few examples of some common divorce terms of which you should be aware: Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR): ADR refers to any type of out-of-court process for settling a divorce. Examples… Read More »

What You Need to Know About Annulments in New York

While a divorce is a legal action that officially ends a marriage, an annulment is an action in which the marriage is considered to have never been valid in the first place. Thus, a couple that has obtained an annulment would be considered to have never been legally married in the eyes of the law…. Read More »