Annulment or Divorce?
Having a married life is not only about sharing happiness but also sharing your ups and downs. Having an argument or misunderstanding is a part of it. Couples may also encounter challenges which make their relationship stronger. But not all of them surpassed it and end up being separated or having a divorce.
What is Divorce?
Divorce is a process which two married couple are cancelling their legal duties and responsibilities of marriage; dissolving the bonds of matrimony between a married couple under the rule of law of the particular country and/or state.
In most country, divorce requires a legal process like sanction of a court or other authority which also involve the issues of distribution of property and division of debt. For couples who have child/children it may also includes the child custody, child visitation/access, child protective proceedings and parenting time. Going through this process the Family Law Attorneys of Van Tubergen, Treutler & Hayes, PLLC near Grand Haven, Muskegon, and Holland are capable of handling such cases.
Divorce occurs in some reasons like lack of independence for one or both spouses to a personality clash or sexual incompatibility. In regards to divorce proceedings we know all the area of family law, our divorce attorney will give you advices and assist you in everything and will resolve your family issue.
What is the Difference Between Annulment and Divorce?
Unlike divorce, annulment means declaring a marriage null and void in a legal procedure. It is usually retroactive, meaning that an annulled marriage is considered to be invalid from the beginning as if no legal marriage has taken place.
On the other hand, divorce is used to end marriage where the married couple already had a marriage contract and solemnized their union. When couple decided to end up their union then filing a divorce will be the option no matter how long they got married.
Our reliable lawyers of Van Tubergen, Treutler & Hayes, PLLC near Grand Haven, Holland, and Muskegon, Michigan can help you with the problems regarding the matter and to help you with proper guidance. For a free initial consultation, contact our Law Office at 616-844-3000.