Helping Individuals Seeking Annulments

Marriages end for various reasons and, for some people, divorce is not the best option. For individuals who wish to end a marriage, but who, for religious or other personal reasons, do not want to go through the formal divorce process, annulment may be a more attractive alternative.

A traditional divorce is often the preferred legal process to end a marriage. However, some people may prefer to end a marriage through annulment that essentially treats a marriage as if never happened. If you are contemplating ending your marriage, it is wise to learn more about the annulment process.

Choosing Annulment Versus Divorce

If you are interested in learning more about annulment, the attorneys at Deitch & Perone, P.C., can answer your questions and help you determine if an annulment is appropriate in your specific situation.

Not every marriage can be annulled. In fact, to be granted an annulment, your marriage must qualify under one of the following four grounds:

  1. Misrepresentation or fraud
  2. Concealment
  3. Failure to consummate marriage
  4. Misunderstanding

Annulments often involve highly personal and emotional issues that can be difficult to address. Our attorneys are here to provide the legal representation and advocacy you need during this difficult time. We always represent your best interests and work to ensure that your short- and long-term financial and personal best interests are furthered.

Considering An Annulment? Learn More About Your Options Today.

Making the decision to end a marriage is never easy. Having a compassionate and experienced lawyer on your side can make the process easier. Call our firm today at 908-264-2067, or contact us via our online contact form to learn more about your legal options. With office locations in West Long Branch and Scotch Plains, we represent clients throughout Monmouth County and New Jersey.