ANNULMENT

Similar to a divorce, having a marriage "annulled" ends the legal union between the spouses. However, unlike a divorce, an annulment deems the marriage void from the very beginning. From a legal standpoint, it is as though the wedding never even happened. 

Not every marriage can be annulled. There are very specific grounds that must be proven, and often you must act quickly or you will be deemed to have "waived" your right to an annulment.

If you are in a marriage that you think should be voided, we can help. Ruppert Law Firm LLC will asses your situation, and give you all of your options for separation, including the pros and cons of divorce vs. annulment for your specific situation. 

AdobeStock_209371354.jpeg

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Proudly serving Allegheny, Westmoreland, and their surrounding counties. ​
  • City of Pittsburgh

  • Monroeville

  • Penn Hills

  • Robinson 

  • Moon Township

  • Ross

  • Mount Lebanon

  • Collier 

  • Plum Borough 

  • Fox Chapel

  • Shaler

  • McKeesport

  • Wilkinsburg

  • Bethel Park

  • Upper Saint Clair

  • Edgewood

  • Swissvale

  • Braddock

  • McKees Rocks

  • Greensburg​

  • North Huntingdon

  • Irwin

  • Penn

  • Trafford

  • Murrysville

  • Hempfield

  • New Kensington

  • Upper & Lower Burrell

  • Rostraver

  • Monessen

  • New Stanton

  • Youngwood

  • Jeannette

  • Delmont

  • Ligonier

  • Vandergrift

  • Latrobe

  • Mt. Pleasant

Yellow Overlay.png
Screenshot%202021-02-16%20093222_edited.