Facts About Annulment

Published 07/25 2014 11:15AM

Updated 07/25 2014 12:39PM

Ending a marriage is a difficult decision. In a divorce the parties recognize that there was a marriage that didn't work out. However, in an annulment the marriage is a do-over, a clean slate. There are times when two people realize they should have never been married or one or both people in the marriage misrepresented themselves. If this is the case an annulment can be granted. 

Many believe that there is a certain time limit or requirements to getting an annulment. Jennings and Medura say that is a common misconception that an annulment can only be attained after a certain time. There are benefits to an annulment as well. If an annulment is granted it is as if  you were never married and it wipes it clean. To some this is an important benefit. With divorce, alimony ends after remarriage and cannot be re-instated if the next marriage ends in divorce. However, with an annulment you may be able to apply for re-instatment of alimony benefits. To learn more about the differences and to to help you make the best choice for you, you can contact the attorneys at:

Jennings & Medura, LLC
50 W Broadway #1000 Salt Lake City, UT 84101
Phone: (801) 883-8325

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