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In Florida, there is no time period after your marriage in which you can get an annulment if your marriage is not working out. If your marriage is not working out and you want to end it, you have to get a dissolution of marriage – a divorce.
An annulment typically involves some type of fraud. Most often this involves dishonesty about actually being in love, religion, desire or ability to have children, or criminal history. These situations are called voidable marriages. In one of these cases an annulment might be possible,, but that possibility might go away if the other party knows about the fraud and does nothing about it.
The other type of annulment is based on a void marriage. These cases involve a marriage that is illegal. Examples of these marriages include bigamous marriages or marriages between people who are not allowed to marry – like brother and sister.