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Husbands sex chat and family law

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(a) The court may grant an annulment of a marriage of a person 16 years of age or older but under 18 years of age that occurred without parental consent or without a court order as provided by Subchapters B and E, Chapter 2.(b) A petition for annulment under this section may be filed by:(1) a next friend for the benefit of the underage party;(2) a parent; or(3) the judicially designated managing conservator or guardian of the person of the underage party, whether an individual, authorized agency, or court.(c) A suit filed under this subsection by a next friend is barred unless it is filed within 90 days after the date of the marriage. A suit to annul a marriage may not be filed under Section 6.102 by a parent, managing conservator, or guardian of a person after the 18th birthday of the person.

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The court may grant an annulment of a marriage to a party to the marriage if:(1) at the time of the marriage the petitioner was under the influence of alcoholic beverages or narcotics and as a result did not have the capacity to consent to the marriage; and(2) the petitioner has not voluntarily cohabited with the other party to the marriage since the effects of the alcoholic beverages or narcotics ended. (a) The court may grant an annulment of a marriage to a party to the marriage on the suit of the party or the party's guardian or next friend, if the court finds it to be in the party's best interest to be represented by a guardian or next friend, if:(1) at the time of the marriage the petitioner did not have the mental capacity to consent to marriage or to understand the nature of the marriage ceremony because of a mental disease or defect; and(2) since the marriage ceremony, the petitioner has not voluntarily cohabited with the other party during a period when the petitioner possessed the mental capacity to recognize the marriage relationship.(b) The court may grant an annulment of a marriage to a party to the marriage if:(1) at the time of the marriage the other party did not have the mental capacity to consent to marriage or to understand the nature of the marriage ceremony because of a mental disease or defect;(2) at the time of the marriage the petitioner neither knew nor reasonably should have known of the mental disease or defect; and(3) since the date the petitioner discovered or reasonably should have discovered the mental disease or defect, the petitioner has not voluntarily cohabited with the other party. (a) The court may grant an annulment of a marriage to a party to the marriage if:(1) the other party was divorced from a third party within the 30-day period preceding the date of the marriage ceremony;(2) at the time of the marriage ceremony the petitioner did not know, and a reasonably prudent person would not have known, of the divorce; and(3) since the petitioner discovered or a reasonably prudent person would have discovered the fact of the divorce, the petitioner has not voluntarily cohabited with the other party.(b) A suit may not be brought under this section after the first anniversary of the date of the marriage. On the petition of either party to a marriage, the court may grant a divorce without regard to fault if the marriage has become insupportable because of discord or conflict of personalities that destroys the legitimate ends of the marital relationship and prevents any reasonable expectation of reconciliation. The court may grant a divorce in favor of one spouse if the other spouse is guilty of cruel treatment toward the complaining spouse of a nature that renders further living together insupportable. The court may grant a divorce in favor of one spouse if the other spouse has committed adultery.

(a) The court may grant a divorce in favor of one spouse if during the marriage the other spouse:(1) has been convicted of a felony;(2) has been imprisoned for at least one year in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, a federal penitentiary, or the penitentiary of another state; and(3) has not been pardoned.(b) The court may not grant a divorce under this section against a spouse who was convicted on the testimony of the other spouse.

The court may grant a divorce in favor of one spouse if the other spouse:(1) left the complaining spouse with the intention of abandonment; and(2) remained away for at least one year.

The court may grant a divorce in favor of either spouse if the spouses have lived apart without cohabitation for at least three years.

(a) The court may grant an annulment of a marriage to a party to the marriage if the marriage ceremony took place in violation of Section 2.204 during the 72-hour period immediately following the issuance of the marriage license.(b) A suit may not be brought under this section after the 30th day after the date of the marriage.

MARRIAGE LESS THAN 72 HOURS AFTER ISSUANCE OF LICENSE.

The court may grant an annulment of a marriage to a party to the marriage if:(1) either party, for physical or mental reasons, was permanently impotent at the time of the marriage;(2) the petitioner did not know of the impotency at the time of the marriage; and(3) the petitioner has not voluntarily cohabited with the other party since learning of the impotency.