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40 documents for annulment arkansas laws marriage
  • Annulment is a legal procedure that dissolves a marriage as if it had never happened. A marriage can be annulled for various reasons depending upon particular circumstances and state laws. However, a marriage may generally be annulled in the following situations: 1) where the marriage between the parties is prohibited by law; 2) where either party was impotent at the time of marriage; or 3) where either party had a husband or a wife living at the time of the marriage, unless they cohabited after the death or marriage dissolution of the former spouse of such party; or 4) where either party was a ward under a guardianship and was found by the Court to lack the capacity to contract a valid marriage. Please see specific state for details and/or differences.

    ...ARS §25-301. . ARKANSAS. Ark state Ann. 9-12-201. The minimum legal age ...

  • ... discretion in formulating their income tax laws, that power must be exercised within the limits ... States as follows: Winston Bryant of Arkansas, Daniel E. Lungren of California, Margery E. ... to the dissolution of a previous marriage. In accordance with New York law, petitioners ... of the marriage, the causes for the annulment, dissolution of the marriage or legal separation, ...

  • This is not a substituted for legal advice. An attorney should be consulted for further information.

    ...A change of name upon marriage, dissolution, or divorce meets these ...12-602 . Arkansas Name Change Law. § 9-2-101. Procedure. (a) Upon ...(27 Del. Laws, c. 264, § 1; Code 1915, § 4657; Code 1935, § ... of name upon marriage, divorce or annulment. Sec. 60. Petition for change of name. A petition ...

  • . Background. In primitive civilizations marriage and marriage dissolution were considered ... a slow movement in Europe to separate the laws governing marriage from the precinct of the Roman ...ARKANSAS: Presence is required in the state by one party ...

  • ...The laws of each state specify which information must be ... the parties; the date and place of the marriage; the names and birth dates of minor children; the ... ARS §25-314. ARKANSAS. An action for divorce is commenced by the ... to change in view of a dissolution or annulment of your marriage, or your legal separation. ...

  • ... ARS §25-111. ARKANSAS. Arkansas law does not provide for a common-law ... created in another state, if valid under the laws of that state, will be recognized as valid in ..., divorce, dissolution of marriage, annulment, or other judicial determination in Ohio or in ...

  • ... by Louisiana, (9)Arizona, (10) and Arkansas (11) share three principal characteristics: (1) ... need for the protection of stronger divorce laws." (105) Men led in selecting "standard" marriage. ..., then that marriage may be subject to annulment due to a lack of serious intention to commit to ...

  • The laws of each state specify the grounds - the legal reasons - for which a divorce can be granted. Until 20 or 30 years ago, the only legal reason for obtaining a divorce was that the other spouse was guilty of some variety of marital misconduct and was at fault for the marriage not working. Many states have retained their fault-type grounds for obtaining a divorce, but all states now allow divorces to be granted regardless of who is at fault. Some states have only no-fault grounds. No-fault divorces are usually granted for reasons such as the existence of an irretrievable breakdown, irreconcilable differences, or incompatibility. In the states where fault grounds are still used, a spouse may be able to gain a better property division or alimony result by proving that the other party ...

    ...ARS §25-312 and 25-318. . ARKANSAS. All of the grounds for obtaining a divorce in ...; or 2) any of the reasons for which an annulment could be granted. Fault of a party is not a ...

  • ... Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws (NCCUSL) created a new subpart to the Uniform ... other and the child is born during the marriage, or within 300 days after the marriage is ted by death, annulment or divorce.'" (56) It noted that this presumption ... Court for the Eastern District of Arkansas certified the question of intestate succession ...

  • Child support is an award in a dissolution, legal separation, annulment, or paternity proceeding for the care, support, and education of any child of a marriage or other parties. Payment of college expenses for a child is generally not assumed to be a part of the obligation to pay child support. Child support is paid until the last minor child no longer fits the statutory definition of "child." Please see specific state for details and/or differences.

    ... ARS §25-320. . ARKANSAS. The court shall make such orders for child ... child support, the Texas legislature added laws in 1995 to require a court to suspend business, ...

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