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I have been married for three months. My new wife has sold

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I have been married for three months. My new wife has sold her business in Alabama without discussing it with me so I could take CARE of her and she not contribute. She is manipoulative with my life. I want out. She is 63 and I am 60. Help!!
Submitted: 6 years ago.
Category: Family Law
Expert:  AttorneyTom replied 6 years ago.
I'm sorry to hear about the situation!

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Customer: replied 6 years ago.
Expert:  AttorneyTom replied 6 years ago.
Unfortunately, annulments are rarely the appropriate remedy to terminate a marriage.
Contrary to popular belief, the fact that a marriage was especially short does not automatically qualify it for annulment.
However, if you can show that fraud or misrepresentation was involved, that could provide a basis for annulment.
Unless unusual circumstances exist, a divorce is typically the appropriate remedy to dissolve a marriage.
That said, with especially short marriages, there's often little marital property for distribution and there's typically no basis for alimony.
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