The Catholic annulment process can be difficult to understand, as there are many grounds on which a marriage can be declared null, and lots of documents and paperwork needed to prove it. If you’re unfamiliar with the Catholic annulment process, but are looking into having your marriage annulled, it’s important to understand the intricacies and grounds for the annulment process, so you can ensure you’ve got sufficient information when your process begins. This week’s Catholic Annulment - Another Chance blog post discusses an important factor: the sacramentality of marriage and how it affects the Catholic annulment process.
Catholic Annulment - Another Chance is here to help you prepare your Catholic annulment case to ensure it runs smoothly and that you achieve your desired outcome. Our church judges have the experience necessary to help you get through the process by ensuring you have proper documentation, evidence, witnesses, and everything in between. Read this week’s blog post to learn more about an intention against the sacramentality of marriage and reach out to Catholic Annulment - Another Chance to begin your annulment process today!