Does Your Marriage Qualify for an Annulment in California?

Hossein Berenji, Aug 08, 2023

If you find yourself in a situation where your marriage isn’t working out as you hoped, consider ending it legally. Divorce and annulment are two primary ways to end a marriage in California. Divorce is the most common way to dissolve a marriage. However, the state also recognizes annulment, but only under specific circumstances. In […]


What is an Annulment?

Hossein Berenji, May 09, 2018

You may have heard of an annulment, but do you know what it is? In California, it’s one way that couples can end their marriage. However, unlike divorce, not everyone will qualify for an annulment. The process is reserved for marriages that are inherently void and/or unlawful. Annulment in California When a marriage is annulled, […]


How do Marriage Annulments Work?

Hossein Berenji, Aug 28, 2017

The word “Annulment” refers to Catholic declaration of something as having no legal existence. It is also called ‘declaration of nullity.’ There is no definite process to declare a marriage as null. The decision of declaring a marriage as null requires a church tribunal, also known as Catholic Church Court, to declare that a marriage […]


Getting A Marriage Annulled in California

Hossein Berenji, Jul 12, 2017

Sometimes a divorce isn’t the best solution to a marriage that isn’t working out.  If you meet certain qualifications you may be able to petition for an annulment. An annulment is similar to a divorce – in that it terminates the marriage – but is fundamentally different, as well. After a divorce is granted the […]