Probate judge annuls marriage post-death, strikes paternity acknowledgement (access required)

Normally, seeking to annul a marriage is a conscious decision, and agreements entered into knowingly will be held as binding, absent coercion or other corrupting factor. But in a recent decision, a Middlesex Probate Court judge in Massachusetts determined that a man’s marriage could be annulled, even after his death, and that his voluntary acknowledgement of ...

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