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Ending a marriage

Ending a marriage is bringing to an end a union. Ending a marriage should be the last option for the couple when nothing seems to work out and coming out of the marriage would be beneficial for both.

One can end ones marriage in a number of ways; you can choose a method which would work best for you.

Some ways to end a marriage are-

Marriage annulment

Marriage annulment is a legal method to end the marriage. It makes the marriage null and void. Annulment erases the marriage and makes it seem that it never took place. Either the wife or the husband can initiate the annulment procedure. While initiating marriage annulment, the same would have to be proven with valid reasons. Annulment is considered a cheaper option when compared to divorce.

Reasons which must be proven for marriage annulment are-

Bigamy: Bigamy states that one party was already marriage to someone else, without the spouse knowing about the same.

Forceful marriage: One partner was forced into the marriage under threat. The other partner would not have married if there was no forceful action.

Deceit and fraud: One partner told lies or misrepresented themselves making it appear that they were some one else while hiding their actual and true identity.

Illegal marriage: This is where the marriage has been prohibited by law, such as under age marriage.

Marriage can be annulled also because of- instability, mental illness, underage marriage and an inability to consummate the marriage.

Divorce :

Divorce is also a legal method by which one can end ones marriage. Divorce is a complicated and a complex method. Divorce allows both the parties to remarry. This procedure to end a marriage usually involves children and property issues. Divorce is not erased from the records.

The divorce process-

Child custody and property division are apart of the divorce process. For divorce to take place and be valid, it would be extremely important to know the state specific laws. Some states use the “fault divorce” and some states use the “no fault divorce”.

Fault divorce: This procedure entails that one spouse is at fault and is blamed for what has happened. The reasons for fault divorce would have to be proven in the court.

No fault divorce: During this no fault procedure none of the parties accepts the blame for ending the marriage.

Online divorce :

Online divorce is easy, time saving and reasonable. With online divorce you would not have to deal with lawyers and make trips to the court. You can end your marriage in a trouble free manner.

With online divorce you need not face your spouse and nor have face to face meetings. For online divorce it is imperative to choose and fill the right forms without making any mistakes.

Ending a marriage by any method chosen is difficult for any spouse who files to end a marriage and also for the spouse who receives the same. After ending your marriage, you would have to plan for your future in a methodical manner.

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