Annulment and divorce are two different forms of legal separation in the eyes of Ohio law. Many use the terms interchangeably without knowing they mean two different things. Some couples choose to separate for a time to determine whether or not they can work through their issues, and others choose to dissolve their marriage entirely.
A divorce ends a marriage, whereas a marriage annulment is basically a declaration that a valid marriage never existed in the first place. Learn more about annulment here.
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Annulment of Marriage in Ohio Differs from Dissolution In our practice, which involves exclusively family law matters, we receive a number of calls each year concerning annulment of marriages in Ohio. First off, annulment should not be confused with dissolution. In Ohio, a dissolution of marriage may be had on an agreed ground of “irreconcilable […]