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Nevada Annulment Grounds

Nevada Annulment Grounds
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Cases where annulments have been granted in the past include the following Nevada annulment grounds:

NEVADA ANNULMENT GROUNDS – STATUTORY

  1. If intoxication or substance abuse at wedding ceremony caused lack of consent by husband or wife;
  2. After the marriage one of the individuals learned that the other had been declared an insane individual. The party was unaware of this fact prior to the marriage;
  3. The parties to this marriage are related by blood; NRS 125.290. Although these marriages are void under Nevada law, you may wish to seek a court order for proof of its invalidity;
  4. One of the parties was under age 18 at the time of the marriage and did not have his/her parents consent to marry. After that party reached the age of 18 you have not cohabitated together and you reached the age of 18 less than a year ago NRS 125.320;
  5. You or your spouse was previously married to someone else but had not obtained a divorce from that prior spouse at the time of this marriage; NRS 125.290; Although these marriages are void under Nevada law, you may choose to seek a court order for proof of its invalidity;

NEVADA ANNULMENT GROUNDS – FRAUD
The consent to marriage of one of the parties was obtained by fraud and the parties have not cohabitated (lived together as husband and wife) after learning of the fraud. These circumstances are very fact specific. Generally, fraud by a party to the marriage is grounds for an annulment. See NRS 125.340.

Cases where annulments have been granted in the past based on fraud include the following circumstances:

Citizenship – Green Card – Deportation

  1. One person married another solely to obtain a green card, or citizenship;
  2. One person is an illegal alien subject to deportation;
  3. One person misrepresented or concealed that he/she would not fulfill a prenuptial promise to become a U.S. citizen;

Sexual Relationship

  1. One person misrepresented a willingness to reside together following the marriage;
  2. One person committed adultery before & after the marriage;
  3. One person’s prior divorce was based on adultery;
  4. One person refused to engage in sexual relations or consummate the marriage;
  5. One person engaged in abnormal sexual relations with spouse or another person;
  6. One person previousloy or currently works as a prostitute;
  7. One person misrepresented a willingness to conceive children following the marriage;
  8. One person misrepresented or concealed impotency and/or the inability to engage in sexual relations with the other spouse;
  9. One person represented to the other party that he/she was willing and able to conceive children during the marriage, when that person was actually known to be sterile and unable to conceive children;
  10. The wife misrepresented or concealed that she was pregnant by another man at the time of marriage;
  11. Prior to the marriage the wife claimed to be pregnant, but it was disclosed after the marriage that she was not pregnant;
  12. One person misrepresented or concealed that he/she was homosexual;

Character, Honesty

  1. One person is of poor moral character or disreputable occupation;
  2. One person misrepresented or concealed that he/she had physically abused a prior person in their lives;
  3. One person concealed child(ren) born of prior marriage;
  4. One person misrepresented or concealed that he/she had a criminal history;
  5. One of the parties was forced into the marriage because of duress, threats and intimidation and would not have entered into the marriage except for the other party’s conduct

Health

  1. One person misrepresented or concealed that he/she was not in good health or had a disease;
  2. One person misrepresented or concealed that he/she suffered from a mental illness or had been institutionalized in a mental hospital;
  3. One person misrepresented or concealed that he/she suffered from alcohol or drug addiction;
  4. One person misrepresented or concealed that he/she suffered from a gambling addiction;

Financial

  1. One person misrepresented or concealed that he/she married the other person solely to secure access to that parties’ money, wealth or property while engaging in sexual relations with another;
  2. One person misrepresented or concealed that he/she married the other person solely to secure access to that parties’ money, wealth or property;

Religion

  1. One person misrepresented or concealed that he/she would not fulfill a prenuptial promise to have a religious marriage ceremony performed after the civil marriage ceremony;
  2. One person misrepresented or concealed his/her present religious conviction;
  3. One person misrepresented or concealed his/her intention to embrace the other parties religion;
  4. One person misrepresented or concealed his/her prior divorce and the other party is a Roman Catholic;

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