Adoption in Wheat Ridge and Jefferson County can be an amazing experience for both the child and adoptive parents. However, sometimes things do not always go as planned. When an adoption is finalized, that doesn't necessarily mean that it can't be reversed. With good cause, one party can petition the court to reverse the adoption. This is not easily done, though, as the courts do not like to reverse adoptions once they have been finalized. There must be proof that the annulment of the adoption is in the child's best interest.
Getting an annulment or declaring the invalidity of marriage, as it is known in Wheat Ridge and Jefferson County, is not a simple process. Many people think that filing for an annulment is an easy way to end a marriage, but usually, that is not the case. There is not much difference between a Colorado divorce and an annulment, other than the fact that with an annulment, it's legally like the marriage never happened.