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If you think you may have grounds for annulling your marriage, I am a Hickory annulment attorney who can help you determine whether this is a valid option. Under North Carolina law, an annulment is a declaration that a marriage is void; in effect, it establishes that the marriage never existed. In contrast, a divorce ends a marriage that was legally valid. A person who wishes to obtain an annulment may succeed if he or she can prove by the greater weight of the evidence that the marriage should be voided or annulled. You might have grounds for an annulment, for example, if you learn that your spouse is already married, is physically impotent, is a minor (or was when your marriage ceremony occurred), or is related to you by a prohibited degree of kinship. Please contact me to discuss whether you might have grounds for annulling your marriage.