What is the difference between an annulment and a divorce?
An annulment and a divorce both have the same final result: the separation of spouses. Issues of property division, child custody, and more are settled in the same manner in either case. However, an annulment can be granted for certain reasons relating to the basis of the marriage. If someone made a fraudulent claim about their previous marital status or ability to have children, it could be grounds for an annulment.
The different circumstances that qualify a person for divorce or annulment can be confusing. It is best to consult an attorney if you are considering separating from your spouse. The Colleyville divorce attorneys of Alexander & Associates can answer your questions and provide legal representation if necessary. Contact us at 817-756-4040 today.