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Question: I got "married" at age seventeen to, (unknown to me at the time), a person who was in the country illegally. He was a permanant resident who had his residency pulled after recieving three felonies two years prior to our marriage. He was arrested and deported again four years ago. I was to annul the marriage, and also make sure I legally have full custody of our two children. Where do I start?

Answer: -Generally, for annulment, the Superior Court may dissolve a marriage, and may adjudge (declare) a marriage to be null and void when the cause alleged constitutes an impediment rendering the marriage void, see ARS 25-301. Basically, it will follow the same guidelines as divorce, see ARS 25-302 . To get information on where to start and obtain information, visit this link here . And, for more information, visit this link here.

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  • I got "married" at age seventeen to, (unknown to me at the time), a person who was in the country illegally. He was a permanant resident who had his residency pulled after recieving three felonies two years prior to our marriage. He was arrested and deported again four years ago. I was to annul the marriage, and also make sure I legally have full custody of our two children. Where do I start?

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