Maryland enjoys a low divorce rate
of 3.0% per 1,000 of population which makes it 5th lowest in the country.
Maryland family court law has specified both no-fault
and fault divorce
grounds for giving and obtaining divorce legally. These grounds must be presented before the court with substantial proof.
Annulment is of two types in Maryland; void ab initio and voidable. No court advice is required in the earlier type but, yes in the later one you require that. Whatever few cases there are of annulments in Maryland, those are normally obtained under the name of divorce. Although annulment is filed for in some states but the preference with the people of Maryland is divorce not annulment. Divorce attorney’s or divorce lawyer’s advice must be received, before any furtherance of annulment.
For professional information regarding divorce and annulment
, consult a divorce attorney
or divorce lawyer in your state.