Infidelity alone will not serve as grounds for an annulment. Generally, in NC, annulment can only be granted on the grounds of:

  1. bigamy,
  2. improper family relationship (such as marrying a person too close in family relationship to you),
  3. marrying under the age of 16,
  4. impotency,
  5. fraud (such as when one marries another under the representation and belief that she is pregnant, only to find out that she’s not),
  6. duress, or
  7. insanity.

It doesn’t appear that your facts are those which would allow an annulment.

David L. McGuire
The Rosen Law Firm
4101 Lake Boone Trail, Suite 200
Raleigh, North Carolina 27607

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What is the NC law on getting an anulment? We where only married about 1 month from when she starting messing around on me with a friend of mine.