Question asked on May 10th, 2017

Q: Marriage took place in Las Vegas but was never consummated. Can this marriage be annulled? The grounds listed do not show lack of consummation as a valid reason. Is it simply understood that lack of consummation would be valid grounds for annulment?

A: Consummation, per se, is irrelevant.  For applicable statutory bases, and an explanation of how annulment law works, see the explanation and posted materials here.  Then consider consulting with the family law specialists in this or another firm to determine whether you have a good annulment case, or not.

Marshal S. Willick