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What are grounds for an annulment?

To file for an annulment in the state of Wisconsin you must meet one of the annulment grounds. These include: the party lacked the capacity to consent to the marriage, the party lacks the physical capacity to consummate the marriage, one of the parties was 16 or 17 and lacked the parental consent of a parent or guardian or judicial authority, the last ground is the marriage was prohibited by the laws of Wisconsin. This action unlike the previous three can be commenced within the first 3 years.

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