There’s an old saying that absence makes the heart grow fonder. Unfortunately, when spouses are going through a divorce, nothing could be farther from the truth. Bitter feelings can cause otherwise reasonable people to engage in long legal battles that consume enormous amounts of time, money, and energy.
Overview Annulment is a civil court process that declares a marriage never existed. You can only get an annulment in very limited situations. This process should not be confused with a religious annulment, which can only be granted through your clergy. A religious annulment has no legal effect on your marital status.
If you're getting a divorce in Michigan, you'll need to know how the process works. You'll find answers to commonly asked questions about divorce in Michigan below. For all of our articles on Michigan divorce, see our Michigan Divorce and Family Law page.