Understanding the Essentials of Annulment in Massachusetts

Massachusetts is a no-fault divorce state which means that as long as you show that the marital relationship is over, you can obtain a divorce. For some people, however, there are religious or social beliefs that may result in a need for an annulment.  A legal annulment is different than a religious annulment and are not connected. Often, people have clauses in their divorce agreement that neither party will oppose a religious annulment or religious divorce.  Legally, the difference between the two is that a divorce will end a marriage whereas an annulment determines there never was a legal marriage
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