Can I annul my marriage in Florida?
There is no statute under Florida law for annulments, which means the state does not provide the steps for seeking an annulment, like it does for seeking a divorce. Under Florida law, any marriage that can be voided is one that can be annulled.
How long after a marriage can it be annulled in Florida?
In Florida, there is no time period after your marriage in which you can get an annulment if your marriage is not working out. If your marriage is not working out and you want to end it, you have to get a dissolution of marriage – a divorce. An annulment typically involves some type of fraud.
How much does it cost to get an annulment in Florida?
These separate fees include: Dissolution of marriage and annulment = $408.00.
What does it take to get a marriage annulled?
To get an annulment, you'll have to prove your marriage is "voidable," meaning it was valid, but should be nullified (voided or canceled) based on one of the following grounds: unsound mind–one spouse lacked the ability to give consent due to a mental impairment or the influence of drugs or alcohol.