How long before you can get an annulment?

How long before you can get an annulment?

Generally, there is no period of time (e.g., three years, ten years) after the marriage by which an annulment must be sought. Practical considerations, however, might make obtaining an annulment earlier, rather than later, a prudent idea.

What do you have to prove to get an annulment?

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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.

What qualifies you for an annulment in Indiana?

In Indiana, this is considered a void marriage. The grounds for annulment in Indiana include one or both parties being minors at the time of the nuptials or a mental inability to consent to marriage in the first place. Marriages obtained by fraud or involving individuals deemed not of sound mind can also be annulled.

How long do you have to get an annulment in Indiana?

The petition for annulment must state that you and your spouse have been residents of Indiana for at least six months, and also that you've been a resident of the county where you are filing for at least three months. The petition should identify which of the legal grounds your request is based on.