How long do you have to annul a marriage 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 do you annul a marriage in Florida?
In order to get an annulment in Florida, you must file a petition for annulment in one of Florida's circuit courts. The petition for annulment includes whether the marriage is void or voidable, and why. It must be served on the other spouse.
How much does it cost to get an annulment in Florida?
These separate fees include: Dissolution of marriage and annulment = $408.00.
How long do I have to file an annulment?
If you're filing for annulment because you married when you were under the age of 18, you have to file for annulment within four years after you turn 18. If you are filing for annulment on grounds of bigamy, you or your spouse can file at any time while the spouse from the first marriage is still alive.