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December 01, 2007When celebrity family law cases make national news, clients often wonder how the case would turn out in Georgia. In a celebrity family law case currently gripping the headlines, Kim Kardashianand Kris Humphries are now battling over whether... Read More
November 10, 2008Fairly frequently, people call our office attempting to get an annulment of their marriage rather than a divorce. Often we find, however, that the caller is not eligible for a annulment. Thereason why is that you can only seek to obtain an... Read More
January 18, 2013There are six grounds that a couple or an individual may assert in order to receive an annulment in Georgia. The grounds for annulment in Georgia include: 1) intermarriage between the parties,such intermarriage between a father and daughter; 2)... Read More
May 13, 2013A person has two options to end a marriage in Georgia – annulment or divorce. An annulment is much harder to come by and may only be granted in the case of a marriage declared void by law.OCGA §19-4-1. In Georgia, "marriages of persons unable... Read More
November 13, 2013No. Not in Georgia anyway. As Georgia divorce attorneys we have often found that it is a common misnomer that failure to consummate a marriage is grounds for an annulment. Although this may be true in some states, just as laws concerning other... Read More
October 14, 2014Many wonder should they seek divorce once financial, emotional, or other difficulties arise during marriage. However, in Georgia, divorce in not the only way to dissolve a marriage. An annulment voids or invalidates a marriage, and may be sought... Read More
April 20, 2015Divorce and annulment both involve legally ending a marriage. However, there are several differences between divorce and annulment. For example, there are several more circumstances under which a couple may seek a divorce than there are grounds... Read More