Annulling a Marriage in Mississippi
Our Jackson Family Lawyers Are Here to Assist You
Do you know the difference between a divorce and an annulment? When a divorce is granted, the marriage is terminated. When an annulment is granted, the marriage is treated as if it never existed. In Mississippi however, some of the statutory grounds for annulment overlap the grounds for divorce.
At the Law Offices of Malouf & Malouf, PLLC, we have over 60 years of experience that are integral to helping you get the results that you need. The process of annulment can be painful for some people. We offer caring and compassionate legal advocacy and are driven to obtain a favorable outcome.
Contact our Jackson family law attorneys today for a confidential case evaluation.
Outlining the Grounds for Annulment
Certain actions must have occurred in order to annul a marriage in the state of Mississippi. If one or more of the actions mentioned below have been committed within your marriage, you may be able to get your marriage annulled.
The specific grounds for annulment in Mississippi are as follows:
- Statutory incest
- Incurable impotency
- Lack of physical capacity to marry
- Insanity at the time of the marriage
- Pregnancy by another without the husband’s knowledge
- Lack of consent due to age
- Failure to comply with the statutory licensing provisions
Annulment proceedings are rare, but every situation is different. Contact our experienced Jackson family lawyers to learn more.
Heartfelt Representation in Your Time of Need
If you or someone you love is in need of a marriage annulment, contact our skilled legal team today to discuss your case. We proudly serve Jackson, Mississippi and the surrounding areas. No matter what you are going through, we have the experience and compassion to help see you through your difficult situation. Though a small firm, we are widely respected throughout Mississippi for our success. We know how to get the results that you need!
Call our firm today at (601) 522-2222 for more information regarding marriage annulments.