Clearwater Annulment Attorneys
Considering an Annulment in Florida? Get the Answers You Need. Call 727.245.9009 Now!
The grounds for annulment in Florida are extremely limited, and the law
is notoriously ambiguous about defining when and why an annulment can
be granted. To determine if an annulment is right for you, you will need
to secure the help of an experienced
Clearwater family law attorney. At
Tinny, Meyer & Piccarreto, P.A. we bring more than 35 years of legal experience to every case.
Wondering if an annulment is right for you?Call today for a consultation!
Can I Get an Annulment?
Many people find annulments more appealing than
divorce because annulments render the marriage completely void. If a marriage
is annulled, it is treated as though it never occurred. While the idea
of nullifying a marriage is attractive, Florida only permits annulments
under specific conditions:
- Either spouse was mentally impaired or incapacitated at the time of marriage
- Either spouse committed fraud by making misrepresentations to gain consent
- Parental consent was not given in the rare cases where it was required
- The parties are related by blood
- Either spouse is already married
These restricted conditions make annulments much rarer than divorce. Even
if your circumstances enable you to pursue an annulment, it is often easier
and less expensive to get a divorce.
We Handle Life’s Toughest Legal Issues with Confidence and Skill
Tinny, Meyer & Piccarreto, P.A. is a local law firm that cares. Our
Clearwater family lawyers are dedicated to pursuing your goals with compassion.
Determining if your marriage meets the limited conditions that would allow
you to have it annulled can be confusing and intimidating. We want to
simplify the process by answering your questions and helping you decide
which option is truly best for you. Whether you end up seeking a divorce
or an annulment, our team is here to guide you.
Call 727.245.9009 for a consultation!
We serve clients throughout Clearwater, St. Petersburg, New Port Richey
and Pinellas, Pasco, and Hillsborough Counties.