What is an annulment?
An annulment is the dissolution of a marriage that indicates the marriage never happened. Under certain circumstances, an annulment is granted between spouses. Circumstances include fraud, forced consent or mental incapacity during the exchange of vows.
What is the difference between a divorce and an annulment?
Annulments are different from marriages; instead of the discontinuation of a marriage, it is as if the marriage never happened. This often happens in marriages that have lasted a very short amount of time.