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Divorce is not the only way for a marriage to end. Individuals can seek to have their marriage annulled, in essence declared null and void. This can be a difficult endeavor, but important to select individuals. Under certain circumstances, Best & Flanagan’s Family Law team works with clients to have their marriage annulled. 

We work with our clients to establish that the marriage was entered into fraudulently due to mental incapacity or the inability to consent. 

For some religious individuals, a legal divorce is not necessarily the end of a marriage. Our attorneys work with such clients not only to legally annul their marriage, but also to assist, where appropriate, in working with them through their respective religious institution in order to nullify the union. Although our team cannot counsel clients on religious matters, we are retained to intercede on behalf of our client.

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