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Question #34

 Hi there, I was wondering if there is a more accessible version of the annulment process available. My situation: I have been married to my husband for 19 months, since May 1, 2002. He has recently informed me that he resents me because I pressured him to marry me. He specifically wants the marriage annulled, and perhaps it is best to comply with his wishes. What I want to know is: Are the chances of getting an annulment better if both parties agree? Is it possible to avoid a court hearing or proving grounds?. I am perfectly willing to give him what he wants. And what he wants is his freedom. We have no real estate or children, so we are hoping that it doesn’t have to be burdensome. If possible, can you give an idea of how much it would cost and outline the necessary steps? If an in-person consultation is needed, please include your terms and conditions of service. Please respond as soon as possible as we would like to complete the process before the new year becomes old. Thanks in advance for the information. 

Hi, If you are located in the NYC metro area, please call me at 212-370-1660 to discuss the matter. You will probably not be able to get an annulment because you lack the necessary grounds ( i.e., fraud, underage. bigamy, etc.). Still, I can help you get a divorce relatively quickly.

My fee is $500 per hour, and the total cost will depend on how many hours it takes us to review all of the separation issues and draw up the Separation

Agreement and Divorce Papers.

Leonard M. Weiner, Esq./Divorce Solutions