When it comes to marriage and Catholic annulments, there are many different types of cases that can arise which make the marriage invalid. Keeping up with each of these can be complicated, which is why our team at Catholic Annulment - Another Chance is here to help. We know that going through any type of separation, whether it be a divorce or an annulment, is very emotional and stressful, but we are here to support you every step of the way. We’ll help break down your specific case in detail so you can clearly understand each element that’s necessary to successfully achieve an annulment. In this week’s blog post, we discuss a defect of form case and what it means for those involved.
Catholic Annulment - Another Chance specializes in Catholic annulments. We have the training, skills, experience, and knowledge to help ensure you are able to get an annulment, and we also aim to make the process as stress-free as possible for you. Whether you need help understanding how the Catholic annulment process works, identifying the legal grounds on which your marriage is invalid, finding the appropriate witness, or anything in between, we’ve got you covered. Read this week’s blog post to learn more about what a defect of form case is and reach out today to learn more about Catholic annulments.