An annulment in Texas is a legal process that declares a marriage null and void, as if it never existed. Unlike a divorce, which ends a valid marriage, an annulment essentially erases the marriage from legal records. However, unlike divorces, there can’t be a no-fault annulment, meaning that they are subject to specific requirements and
Annulments have declined in popularity because in 1970 the Texas Legislature adopted no-fault grounds for divorce which made getting a divorce far easier. Today many people pursue annulments for religious reasons.
There are four general grounds under which an annulment is possible.
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