Void vs. Voidable Marriages in New York: What’s the Difference?

By The Law Offices of Paul A. Boronow, PC on July 17, 2015

NY Divorce AttorneyIn an annulment, a marriage is declared null and void, as if it never existed. This is somewhat different from a divorce, in which the marriage is recognized to have existed, but is ending.

A marriage in New York may be annulled if the union is considered either “void” or “voidable.” Because these two categories differ slightly, it is important to know what the terms mean and how they might apply to your situation before seeking an annulment. A Long Island matrimonial law attorney with experience handling annulments can help. Read the rest »

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