Annulment Qualifications

ALLOWED BY NEVADA STATUTES
1. Unsound Mind – Intoxication/Substance Abuse, Medication/Sedation At Wedding Ceremony
2. Unsound Mind – Insanity At Time of Marriage
3. Consanguinity – Related by Blood
4. Lack of Consent of Parent Under 18, file within 1 year of marriage
5. Bigamy – Another Spouse Still Living
FRAUD
Explain why the conduct affected the “essential ingredients” of the marriage

CITIZENSHIP – GREEN CARD – DEPORTATION
6. Spouse Only Married for Green Card
7. Spouse is Illegal Alien Subject to Deportation
8. Breach of Prenuptial Promise to Become U.S. Citizen – Must Explain Motive

MARITAL – SEXUAL RELATIONSHIP
9. Did Not Reside Together after Marriage
10. Adultery Before & After Marriage
11. Spouse’s Prior Divorce Was Based on Adultery
12. Refusal to engage in Sexual Relations or Consummate Marriage
13. Abnormal Sexual Relationship With Spouse or Another Person
14. Spouse Previously or Currently Works as Prostitute
15. Refusal to Conceive Children – Required Use of Condoms
16. Impotence – Unable to Engage in Sexual Relations Due to Mental or Physical Incapacity
19. Sterility or Infertility
18. Concealed Pregnancy By Another Man
19. Claimed Pregnant But Not Pregnant
20. Homosexual

CHARACTER – DISHONESTY
21. Spouse of Poor Moral Character or Disreputable Occupation
22. Physically Abused Spouse
23. Concealed Child(ren) Born of Prior Relationship
24. Criminal History Depends on crime, if sentenced after marriage, fines imposed
25. Duress, Threats, Intimidation

HEALTH
26. Undisclosed Health or Disease – Prove doctor bills, statement
27. Mental Illness or Institutionalized – Prove doctor bills, hospital bills/statement
28. Alcohol or Drug Addiction
29. Gambling Addiction – Amount of Loss

FINANCIAL
30. Secure Access to Spouse’s Wealth While Engaging in Sexual Relations with Another
31. Married solely to gain access to wealth

RELIGION
32. Breach of Prenuptial Agreement to perform Religious Ceremony
33. Misrepresentations of Present Religious Conviction
34. Misrepresentation of Intention to Embrace Spouse’s Religion
35. Religion – Roman Catholic, spouse divorced