How much time do you have to get an annulment in Michigan?

Aug 8, 2012 by

Question: 

How much time do you have to get an annulment in Michigan?

State: 
Michigan

Answer: 

You have as much time as you need. Annulments in Michigan are not based on how long you have been married, they are based on the inability to marry at the time of the marriage or fraud in the marriage contract. Michigan law states that annulments be granted in cases of incapacity due to age, prohibited relations, bigamy, mental incapacity, physical incapacity, consent obtained by force or fraud and foreign law violations. There is no set maximum time limit that expires preventing you from getting an annulment in Michigan, but considering the laws there, it may be easier to simply get a divorce.
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