Nebraska Annulment and Prohibited Marriage Laws
|Code Section||42-103, 118, 374, 377|
|Grounds for Annulment||Underage (if they separate during such nonage and do not cohabitation after); consent obtained by force or fraud and no subsequent cohabitation; impotency at time of marriage; previous marriage undissolved; mental illness or retardation at marriage; force or fraud|
|Time Limits for Obtaining Annulment||-|
|Legitimacy of Children||Children born to annulled marriages shall be legitimate unless otherwise decreed by court|
|Prohibited Marriages||Marriage void when previous marriage undissolved; either party at marriage is mentally incompetent to enter marriage relation; between ancestor and descendant, brother and sister, first cousins (half and whole blood), uncle and niece, aunt and nephew (applies to all whether in or out of wedlock); same sex|
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