Anullment


#1

Dear fam1957:

Greetings. No, I doubt that the marriage can be annulled. Yes, there are ways to protect his legal rights, mainly through a separation agreement. We can help draft such an agreement, but he would need to sign it with her, which it sounds like he is unwilling to do. I honestly hope that she does not give him a lot of heartache while he is away. At a minimum, tell him to video tape the entire contents of the marital residence before he leaves and to have his pay deposited into an account with his and your name on it. Thank you.

Janet L. Fritts
Attorney with Rosen Divorce
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#2

Thank you! We will continue to pray all is taken care of.

Sylvia Hernandez


#3

My son is a USM and soon to deploy to Iraq (2nd Tour). He met a girl whom he dated for 2 months and rushed into marriage. She has an 11 month old son from a previous relationship. She plays mind games with him, tells him she doesn’t really love him, she’s with him because she cares for him but not in love. She was basically homeless when they met, he supports her, given her his car, cell phone, home and takes care of her and her son financially and in every way. He thinks he’s in love with her, I don’t know. We as his parents are concerend that she married him for convenience, a place to live, all he can give her and her son, since the child’s father wants nothing to do with him. Can this marriage be anulled? If not, and they have to wait a year is there a way he doesn’t have to provide for her and does she have legal rights to benefits especially if he is going to war? What do you recommend.Concerned parents.
Thank you

Sylvia Hernandez