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My name is ***** ***** I am a psychotherapist in the Metro Boston area of the United States.
A marriage can be annulled through the Catholic parish you are a member of. The process is meeting with the priest so he fully understands the dynamics of the relationship. There is then an extensive application that he will provide for you to complete. Once completed, the application is then reviewed and approved or denied. The process can be a bit lengthy but is certainly worth the process.
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Hello, I am a licensed family court attorney with over 35 years' experience.
In addition to the excellent suggestions made by the first expert, if you are not Catholic, you should be able to access self-help forms in your judicial district by searching on line for "Judiciary, State of _." More and more courts are offering on-line and in person self-help services at the court house.
My suggestion is to view the forms available on-line to see if there is a petition or motion that allows you to request annulment. If there is none, you can ask the self-help counter at your local family court.
You may also want to search on the web to familiarize yourself with the grounds upon which a court can grant a request for annulment in your State. That can most easily be done by searching on-line for "annulment" in your State.
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Wayde, you are welcome. If you want to send your city and State, I can look for the grounds upon which annulment is granted in your State.
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Wayde, here are the grounds upon which annulment can be granted in Utah, with a link to the relevant Utah State Courts' webpage:
The circumstances in which the court can order a marriage annulled are limited. Under Utah Code Section 30-1-17.1 a marriage can be annulled only for one of the following reasons:
Length of marriage is not a legal ground for annulment under Utah's statute. Although not mentioned in the statute, a marriage can also be annulled for reasons recognized by the court, such as misrepresentation, fraud or refusal to consummate the marriage.
The link, if the above embedded link doesn't work, is https://www.utcourts.gov/howto/divorce/annulment.html
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