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Decree of Nullity

Nullity means that a marriage never existed - even though you may have been together for many years or have children and grandchildren. The most common ground for a decree of nullity is that the couple were, at the time of the marriage, unable to "enter into and sustain a normal marital relationship". Such a claim is normally based on the psychological condition of one or both spouses.


If a decree of nullity is granted, you are both entitled to marry someone else, as if the former "marriage" never existed. The advantages of a decree of nullity over a decree of divorce are that there is no minimum waiting time and you may avoid the financial burden which follows divorce.


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  • Doyle Fox & Associates, Solicitors, The Farmhouse, Main Street, Blessington, Co.Wicklow
  • Phone: + 353 45 851980
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  • Email: reception@doylefox.ie


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