Annulment of marriage in Oregon is only available under very limited circumstances. Annulment may be an option to dissolve the marital relationship if the parties’ marriage was void or voidable at the time it was entered into. Annulment makes it as though the parties had never been married and retroactively voids the entire marriage.

Typically, to obtain an annulment one spouse must prove that one party lacked the ability to consent to the marriage or was forced or defrauded into marrying the other.  Our attorneys can help you determine if the circumstances of your marriage contain the criteria necessary for annulment. If you have questions about whether your marriage can be annulled, contact our law office to be put in touch with an attorney who is dedicated to ensuring that you have all necessary information to make a well informed decision.