Nullity of Marriage, also referred to as an annulment, is one of the options that you have to end a marriage. There are many advantages to an annulment. However, for a nullity of marriage to be an option you must have a void or voidable marriage.
Void vs. Voidable marriages
A void marriage is one that was never valid from the start because of incest and bigamy. A voidable marriage is one that is voidable by either of the parties due to factors such as underage, unsound of mind, current spouse mistakenly believed to be deceased, fraud, force, and physical incapacity existing at the time of marriage.
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