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An annulment puts an end to your marriage by declaring that it was never valid in the first place. However, proving that your marriage was invalid can be a tedious and confusing process.
Does your marriage qualify for an annulment? Is divorce a better option for you? How do you even get an annulment in Nebraska?
Our experienced annulment attorneys are dedicated to putting your mind at ease, by taking the reins and guiding you through the entire legal process. Take the guesswork out of your case, and get highly personalized legal advice on your own unique circumstances.
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How to Get an Annulment in Omaha
Step 1: Set Up a Legal Consultation
First, set up a consultation with our annulment attorneys. Tell us about your situation, ask us your questions and we’ll be happy to address any concerns you have.
Step 2: Find Out if You Qualify for Annulment in Nebraska
Next, it’s time to determine whether your marriage qualifies for an annulment. In Nebraska, you are generally eligible for an annulment if you meet any of the following criteria:
- Your marriage was against the law in some way
- You or your partner was mentally ill at the time of marriage
- It was an incestuous marriage
- You or your spouse was impotent
- You or your spouse was already married to someone else during the time of marriage
- Your or your spouse was coerced or misled into getting married
If your marriage meets any of the above grounds, you have a strong case for annulment. Our attorneys will evaluate your situation to help determine your best course of action.
Step 3: Filing a Complaint
If you have a good case for an annulment, we will proceed with filing a complaint in the relevant district court. Within the complaint, you must disclose details about you, your spouse, the grounds for your annulment, and information about any children you may have had.
The same must be provided to your spouse.
Step 4: Attend a Hearing
At the hearing, you and your spouse will be called to testify under oath in front of a judge. During this time you may present any evidence that supports your case for getting an annulment.
Step 5: The Verdict
Finally, the judge will determine whether or not your marriage qualifies for an annulment. If your marriage is granted an annulment, other issues like child custody will be dealt with soon after.
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