My question involves a marriage in the state of:Texas
I am not a family law attorney. My expertise is in Real Estate, but that doesn't mean I don't get asked questions......here's a real-life question from a friend of mine:
He and his wife married in April 2006. Things turned sour and she grew tired of the struggle. For reasons unknown, she filed for an annulment. Maybe it's because of this is divorce #4 for her. Or maybe it's to avoid any potential community property questions. Nevertheless, she got an attorney to file for annulment on the grounds of undisclosed permanent impotency, also claiming that they never cohabitated after she found out. Two minor problems: he wasn't impotent (she used to tell her sister all about their exploits) and they lived together until just a couple of months ago.
He didn't contest the proceedings. I think he just wanted some peace. The judge granted the annulment. But this bothers me: Are they still married if the grounds for annulment were fabricated? If he or she attempt to remarry are there bigamy concerns? What about community property concerns?