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My Gay Spouse Married Me On a Bet

This statement was made by a potential client on public website.  You may be entitled to an annulment if your spouse is gay and married you on a bet.  In Kentucky, there must be a legal ground or reason for your marriage to be annulled. Generally, your marriage may be annulled if any of the following circumstances was present at the time of the marriage:

  • one spouse was unable to consent to the marriage
  • one spouse was forced into the marriage
  • one spouse defrauded the other spouse about something essential to the marriage
  • one spouse was impotent (incapable of sexual intercourse)
  • the couple is more closely related than second cousin (incest)
  • one spouse was already married at the time of the second marriage (bigamy), or
  • one spouse was underage at the time of the marriage (under 18).

Courts may also grant annulments for any other reason that a judge believes justifies setting aside the marriage.  If your spouse is homosexual and did not disclose this fact, it is generally fraud.

There are certain time limits, often as short as 90 days, to file for annulment in Kentucky.  If you believe that annulment may be the answer to your marriage, contact a family law attorney as soon as possible. For consultation in Northern Kentucky, contact Michael Bouldin at [email protected] or call 859-581-6453 to schedule. 

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