in the state of arkansas can a divorce be anulled?

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  • kp
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago
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    ‘Annul’ is definitely not the word you want. You’re looking for: set aside the judgment/vacate the judgment/or something to that effect. I’d say chances are probably slim that it will happen, unless (possibly) if the judgment was obtained by fraud or something similar to that. But, honesty, I’m not sure. You really should talk to an Arkansas attorney about it.

    If this is simply a case of the couple deciding that they don’t want to be divorced anymore (and you didn’t say why you’re asking), then the judge will simply tell them to remarry.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Divorces can't be anulled at all no matter WHAT state you're in.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    I always thought you could only get an annulment if there had never been any consummation of marriage - in other words "sex".

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