Annulment In Oklahoma
What Are Grounds for Annulment in Oklahoma?
In Oklahoma, an annulment may be granted if the marriage is void or voidable. A void marriage is one that was never valid to begin with, while a voidable marriage is one that is valid but can be annulled. The grounds for an annulment in Oklahoma are:
- – Bigamy: One of the parties was already married to someone else at the time of the marriage.
- – Coercion: One of the parties was forced into the marriage against their will.
- – Fraud: One of the parties was tricked into the marriage under false pretenses.
- – Mental incapacity: One of the parties was not mentally competent to consent to the marriage at the time of the marriage.
- – Underage marriage: One of the parties was not of legal age to marry at the time of the marriage.
- – Physical incapacity: One or both of the parties were physically unable to consummate the marriage at the time of the marriage.
- – Pregnancy of the wife by another man: The wife was pregnant by another man at the time of the marriage.
- – Lack of consummation: The marriage was never consummated, either because of a physical incapacity or because one of the parties refused to consummate the marriage.
- – Secret marriage: One of the parties married without the knowledge or consent of the other party.
- – Two year separation: The parties have been living separate and apart for at least two years, and there is no reasonable expectation of reconciliation.
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