Other circumstances in which an annulment may be sought are the party filing for the annulment was under 18 years old at the time of the marriage or domestic partnership, either party was of “unsound mind” or unable to understand the nature of the marriage or domestic partnership, either party got married or registered the domestic partnership as a result of fraud (this could include someone hiding a primary motive of marriage only for residency status, or hiding the inability to have children), either party being consenting to marriage or domestic partnership as a result of force, or either of the spouses or partners was physically incapable of “consummating” the relationship) and the incapacity continues and appears to be “incurable.”
Each of these reasons has important details you have to prove to get a court to give you an annulment. To get an annulment, you must be able to prove to the judge that one of these reasons is true in your case. This makes an annulment case very different from a divorce or a legal separation. The Court must adjudge and find cause for your annulment.
Proving that there is a legally valid reason to get an annulment can be difficult. If you feel you have reason for annulment, please set up a consultation with Law Office James Chau to discuss the details of your situation. Annulment in San Jose law, Sunnyvale Annulment, Milpitas annulment lawyer.