Long Island Divorce Attorneys
Find out if Annulment is right for you
From the process of declaring the nullity of a void marriage, to the specific grounds for annulment required under New York law, the right information can help you determine if an annulment is the best option for you.
You deserve to know the facts. For quick answers to common questions about annulment, explore our FAQs below or call us for a free and confidential consultation. Our divorce attorneys serve Nassau and Suffolk counties on Long Island with the knowledge, experience, and trust to give you the best advice.
How can I obtain an annulment?
What are the grounds for annulment in New York?
- a party was still married to his/her former spouse at the time of the marriage (this is an action to declare the nullity of a void marriage)
- one or both parties had not attained the legal age of consent to marry
- a party was a mentally retarded person or mentally ill person
- a party was physically incapable of getting married
- the consent to marry was obtained by force, duress, or fraud
- a party has been incurably mentally ill for five or more years