Annulment/Declarations of Invalidity Attorney Tacoma

Depending on the circumstances of your marriage, an annulment may be possible to obtain. The Annulment/Declarations of Invalidity Attorney in Tacoma at Eagle Law Offices, P.S. can offer guidance and advice about each specific situation.

Though rare, an annulment may be granted when it has been determined that there was a legal defect from the start of the marriage.

A marriage can be deemed invalid if both parties were under age at the time of the marriage and did not receive the required parental approval; if the marriage was to a close relative; one or both partners were in a domestic partnership at the time of the marriage; one or both of the partners was forced into the marriage or one or both of the partners were under the influence of drugs at the time of the marriage.

In these cases, the court will determine that the marriage was invalid from its inception. Contact Eagle Law Offices, P.S. at 1-877-579-0650 today to speak to our Annulment/Declarations of Invalidity Attorney in Tacoma for more information.

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