Annulment: Is Sexual preference for the other sex grounds for an annulment in Ohio?

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No, Ohio takes the stand that just because someone has a sexual preference for another, this does not mean that it affects the marital relations between the parties and is, therefore, not a ground for an annulment in Ohio.

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Annulment: Is Sterility a ground for an annulment?

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Sterility is not the same as impotence and is therefore, not a ground for an annulment in Ohio.

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Annulment: Is impotence a ground for an annulment in Ohio if…


In this video, Sarah answers another common question about Annulment Law. Make sure to LIKE and SUBSCRIBE! We have new content weekly and as always, we welcome your comments!

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If one or both of the spouses were under the age of consent at the time of the marriage, if the marriage was unconsummated because of permanent or incurable impotence which was not known at the time of your marriage, or if one party was unable to consent to the marriage due to incompetence or mental capacity, or if the consent to the marriage was obtained through force or fraud. Those types of marriages are voidable in Ohio and are not recognized. You can bring an annulment action on those instances.

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