What happens at the court hearing?
Following the submission of your Annulment Application, the court will summons you for a hearing on the first available date they have. It is mandatory for you to attend the hearing, the duration of which is usually about 20 minutes. If you find you are unable to attend the hearing at the allotted time, you can request an adjournment.
After submission of Annulment Application
Once your Annulment Application has been submitted, the court will summons you for a hearing on the first available date they have.
The court hearing will usually last 20 minutes.
What if you are made bankrupt?
An advocate, such as a solicitor, must be present during the court hearing to represent you. The Official Receiver may be there too. During the hearing, your paperwork and statements will be presented to the court. Once they have all the facts, they will make a decision about whether to grant you an annulment or not.
We understand this part of the annulment process can be daunting. That’s why a member of our team will be with you to help you get through it. Our team of skilled representatives will talk you through the hearing process, making sure you get through this stage with confidence to ensure a successful application.