How long can you be married and still get an annulment in California? Statute of Limitations for Annulment in CA
California law states that you have 4 years to file for annulment if the reasons are due to physical incapacity, age, or by force.
Which is much better annulment or divorce? In contrast, an annulment asserts that no valid marriage ever existed in the first place. If you’re in a marriage that you wish to leave, there are two possible ways: divorce or annulment. Although most couples choose divorce, an annulment is a better option for one or both spouses under certain circumstances.
How much does an annulment cost in California? Once you complete the form, it must be filed in the Riverside County Family Court at the Business Office. There is a filing fee (currently over $400) to file the petition. As soon as the case is filed you will receive a judge assigned to the case and you will receive a court date for a Family Resolution Conference.
What qualifies you for an annulment? Grounds for annulment
You must either show that the marriage was not legally valid i.e. the marriage is ‘void’ or that the marriage is defective i.e. ‘voidable’. Reasons your marriage may not have been legally valid include: You and your spouse are closely related. Either spouse was under 16 at the time of the marriage.