Annulments

Understanding what an annulment or Declaration of Invalidity is

Annulment or Declaration of Invalidity

An annulment (Declaration of Invalidity) is a declaration by a Church Tribunal that a marriage thought to have been valid according to Church canon law actually fell short of one of the essential elements required for a valid, binding, “till death do us part” covenant.  There are several types of cases. 

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