For religious and personal reasons many people are curious about the possibility of having their marriage annulled. When an annulment is granted, the Court essentially wipes the slate clean as if the marriage had never occurred – though it does not affect the legitimacy of children born during the marriage.
However, understand that an annulment is a very unique remedy that is only applicable in rare cases (such as bigamy or when one of the parties was not of legal age). While I will be happy to consult with you on this issue, please understand that one sees a lot more annulments on T.V. than one sees in the courts of Nashville or Franklin. If you have any questions whether you might qualify for an annulment, or if you want to learn what other options may be available, please to not hesitate to call the phone number listed above, send an email, or use the contact page.
The Mason Family Law Firm represents clients throughout Middle Tennessee, including Davidson County, Williamson County, Dickson County, Cheatham County, Rutherford County, Maury County, Wilson County, Sumner County, and the cities of Nashville, Brentwood, Franklin, Murfreesboro, Lebanon, Gallatin, Goodlettsville, Hendersonville, Mount Juliet, Smyrna, Spring Hill, Ashland City, Kingston Springs, and others at clients’ request.