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Ending a marriage is never easy, no matter what the reason or cause behind the decision.

In some situations, you may be able to end your marriage with an annulment rather than a divorce. Both result in the end of a marriage, but in the case of an annulment, it is as if the marriage did not happen in the first place (at least from a legal perspective).

Sorting through the options for ending a marriage can be difficult and draining. Attorney Rhonda in OKC can walk you through all the legal options available to you and assist you through the process of exploring the avenue best suited for your goals and intentions.

At Inner Vision Legal, we will fight for your legal rights and provide you with professional, efficient representation from a team that cares about you.


Oklahoma law divides annulments into two categories: void and voidable marriages. A void marriage is prohibited by law and is illegal. A voidable marriage is a valid marriage that can be voided if certain conditions are met.

Grounds for a void marriage include incest, bigamy, and polygamy. Grounds for a voidable marriage include:

  • One or both spouses are younger than eighteen (18) years old;
  • The marriage occurred within six (6) months of one of the spouse’s divorce;
  • The marriage was not entered into freely;
  • A spouse has been mentally ill for at least five (5) years;
  • A spouse is not mentally competent; and/or
  • A spouse is unable to have intercourse;

If one of the spouses wants their marriage annulled due to the divorce waiting period, the annulment has to be filed within the six-month period following the divorce. Fraud can also be waived if the couple chooses to remain married after the fraud has been discovered. A couple that marries as minor children must file for an annulment before they turn eighteen (18). After they turn eighteen (18), they will no longer be eligible for an annulment due to age.


In Oklahoma, an annulment requires a hearing before a judge. Attorney Rhonda in OKC can coach you for the hearing and represent you at the hearing. During the hearing, you will need to prove at least one (1) of the grounds for annulment to the judge. Typically, witnesses will be called, and evidence will be provided to attempt to prove the annulment claim.


Even if an annulment is granted, any children from the marriage are considered legitimate. It does not impact paternity. Child support will still be expected from the non-custodial parent, and reasonable child visitation arrangements will need to be made.


The legal process of ending a marriage can be lengthy and sometimes complex, requiring both parties to make decisions about things such as childcare, custody and assets. You deserve support and our team in OKC can help. We can assist you every step of the way or advocate on your behalf, providing advice and counsel on a limited basis.

At Inner Vision Legal, we have more than 17 years of experience to help get you the results you need. We know the ins and outs of the law, and we will work to ensure you have a stable future. Contact us today at (405) 724-2525 to find out how we can help.

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