are not often granted and when they are granted they are only for very specific reasons. Annulments are granted when a marriage has been contracted by fraud or when the marriage is voidable for reasons of an inability to contract
the marriage (such as mental incapacity). Divorce is likely the only option in the situation you are describing. In the case of divorce, all property that came into existence during the marriage is considered marital property
and will be split between the parties. Any property that a person brought into the marriage is likely to be considered their separate property. If the home and cars were purchased during the marriage then both parties have a right to them and an interest in them. Your son will need an attorney to get the divorce filed and get a property settlement.
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