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The Family Code provides for specific grounds upon which a nullity may be granted. In a nullity of marriage Judgment, it is decreed that the marriage never existed or that the marriage was not valid. However, the basis for the nullity request must address the essence of marriage directly. Parties of certain religious beliefs that are adverse to a divorce may prefer a decree of nullity of marriage.

Elainie Honjas will advise you if your case is one that the law permits a nullity of marriage to be granted.

For a consultation to discuss Annulment, call our office at (408) 292-4849.

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