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Decree of Nullity

By getting a Decree of Nullity, the Court orders that the marriage never existed in the first place. There are a number of grounds for applying for such an Order and legal advice should be sought in the event that a client believes they may have reason to believe they are entitled to a Decree of Nullity.


If such an Order is granted by the Court, the parties are in a position to marry thereafter, as the Court orders that the previous marriage never existed. A Decree of Nullity will have different financial implications than a Judicial Separation or Divorce and these implications of such a Decree should be discussed with the legal advisor.


Please Contact us or phone us on 045 851980 for a consultation if you want to know more about this topic.

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