Annulment is a way to end a marriage by showing that it was never legally valid. It provides an alternative to divorce that can be preferable depending on your circumstances.
There are several grounds on which you can get your marriage annulled in the UK, including:
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In the UK, a marriage can be annulled within 3 years of the date of the marriage. After that period has passed, an annulment is no longer possible. If both parties agree, however, they may be able to mediate a divorce settlement that allows for the marriage to be declared null and void.
In the UK, an annulment typically takes between 4 to 6 months to complete. During this time, you will need to provide evidence of various elements such as non-consummation or a voidable marriage condition. Once all the paperwork has been submitted and reviewed, the court will issue a decree nisi which grants the annulment. After 6 weeks, the decree absolute is issued and your marriage is officially annulled.