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Should I Get An Annulment If My Spouse Has Been In Jail In Brooklyn During Our Entire Marriage?

Annulment may be an option when seeking to end a marriage with a spouse who is in jail or in prison, especially if you have a religious objection to divorce, but a no-fault divorce is often the easiest and least expensive way to dissolve a marriage.

If Your Incarcerated Spouse Is Willing To Accept An Uncontested Divorce And Not Fight You On Any Element Of Your Proposed Settlement, Your Process Will Be Even Simpler.

Annulment has specific grounds that must apply, and the standards of evidence are higher than in a traditional divorce.
Incarcerated Spouse

The attorneys at Zelenitz, Shapiro & D’Agostino can help you understand your options when you seek to divorce an incarcerated spouse.

Call us today at 718-725-9601 and talk to an experienced Brooklyn divorce and annulment papers attorney for free.

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