In Connecticut, a divorce ends a marriage while an annulment means the marriage never really existed. Obtaining an annulment to a marriage is rare since it is necessary to prove the marriage was never legal in the first place.
There are several ways to qualify for an annulment of a marriage in Connecticut, but annulments are rare and the proceedings can be costly. Sometimes an annulment is the only recourse to end a marriage and if you live in Connecticut and are considering an annulment, contact a Connecticut annulment lawyer at our law office. Annulments can also involve IRS or tax issues and an annulment can impact members of the Catholic Church differently than others.
Before you move forward, contact a Connecticut annulment attorney at the law office of Weber & Rubano, LLC to get the information you need to make a sound decision on how best to resolve a divorce.