If you wish to avoid the religious or social stigma that comes from divorce, Sisemore Law Firm, P.C., may be able to help you obtain an annulment. Most married couples who wish to end their union seek a divorce. However, in some circumstances, an annulment may be the best choice. Our divorce attorneys in Fort Worth can help you determine whether a divorce or an annulment is the best option for you so you can move on with your life and avoid complications going forward.
Under the Texas Family Code, a suit for the dissolution of marriage must provide sufficient grounds to support the divorce or annulment. At Sisemore Law Firm, P.C., our Fort Worth divorce attorneys can help you determine the option that best fits your circumstances. Contact us today for a consultation at (817) 336-4444.
AA divorce is a court decree that declares that a once-valid marriage no longer exists. Once a divorce is finalized, the spouses are entitled to remarry. As distinguished from an annulment or separation, a divorce may be more time-consuming, emotional, expensive or mandate additional requirements (such as state residency to file for a divorce). A divorce may be sought on a number of grounds.
For more information, visit our Fort Worth divorce attorneys page. A number of other important issues to For more information, visit our Fort Worth divorce attorneys page. A number of other important issues to consider include custody, visitation and support of children, as well as spousal support and property division. We also handle paternity matters, modifications, prenuptial and postnuptial agreements, and adoptions.
An annulment is a legal nullification of a marriage. Unlike a divorce, an annulment renders a marriage void, as if it never occurred. Individuals might prefer an annulment to avoid some of the social or religious stigmas attached to divorce, but an annulment is not available in all circumstances.
A permanent termination of marriage may only occur by divorce or annulment. If an annulment is unavailable under Texas law, a couple may choose to separate rather than terminate the marriage. Separation is an alternative to dissolution for couples who want to avoid the stigma of divorce, hope for reconciliation, want to retain tax benefits, dislike divorce for religious reasons or believe it is in the best interests of their children.
Making the difficult decision to terminate a marriage is never easy, and many legal ramifications accompany such a decision. Our experienced Fort Worth family law attorneys can help you determine whether an annulment is a viable option. Contact Sisemore Law Firm, P.C., at (817) 336-4444 today for a consultation.