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Annulment is a relatively rare special action that establishes that your marriage never existed. If a court finds the facts necessary to grant an annulment, it is as if you and your spouse were never married. The factors necessary to prove an annulment are difficult to meet. Maryland courts are reluctant to grant an annulment and may grant a divorce instead.

In Maryland, you may file for an annulment in the county you reside in or in the county where the marriage ceremony took place.

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Original Article Source Credits:   The People's Law ,

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Original Article Posted on:  03/21/2019

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