Responding to an Annulment When No Minor Children are Involved

You may use the forms on this page if the following factors apply to your situation :
  • Your spouse filed a petition for annulment of marriage without children, AND
  • You want to file a response to tell the Court that you disagree with something your spouse stated or requested in the petition for annulment without children, OR,
  • You would like to explain your argument in support of Petitioner's reason, AND
  • You understand that there are limited grounds for annulment [A.R.S. ยงยง 25-301 and 25- 302] and that the Judge will decide at your hearing or trial whether the grounds the Petitioner states in his/her petition or your argument for or against are legal grounds for annulment.


Packets contain ALL forms and ALL instructions needed for this process. Where there are separate packets for Instructions and Forms, get BOTH packets.

Responding to an Annulment When No Minor Children are Involved - DRAA3


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or download instructions and forms individually
Information about How to Respond to Annulment Papers for a Non-Covenant Marriage Without Minor Children - draa30h
Procedures: How to Respond to Annulment Papers - draa30i
When and How to Use the Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Statement to the Court - drad10h
Family Court/Sensitive Data Sheet - drsds10f-Ann
Response - draa31f
Alternative Dispute Resolution Statement to the Court - drad10f

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