Original Petition to Annul Marriage - Uncontested - No Children
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This form is the petition for annulment in uncontested cases with no children.
- Use this form for annulment if is uncontested.
- An annulment is uncontested when both parties agree to the terms of the annulment.
- One spouse, also known as the Petitioner, fills out and files this form at the courthouse to start the annulment process.
- It tells the Court and your spouse that you want an annulment and states what you want the Court to order in the Annulment Decree.
Read (Void/Annul Marriage) I want to annul or void my marriage before filing the forms.
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