Is an Annulment Different From Divorce?
Yes. A divorce terminates a marriage but an annulment states that the marriage is invalid based on one of a number of qualifying legal factors… The marriage is essentially void. From a legal perspective, it is as if the marriage never occurred. If you want to annul your marriage, the court needs sufficient proof that the marriage is eligible for annulment based on one of the factors that that qualifies for annulment.
How to Get an Annulment
To grant an annulment, a Colorado court will need sufficient proof that the marriage actually qualifies for annulment. A Denver annulment lawyer from Colorado Legal Group has the experience needed to help you make that case.